What is a Cookie?
Cookies are text files stored on your computer’s hard drive and consist of a combination of letters and numbers. Cookies may store a vast range of information, including distinguishable information such as your name or email address This information can only be accessed by websites upon opening the site. They are used to identify your computer and specific users to ultimately improve and personalise your browsing experience.
Beardtransplantation.com uses the following cookies to improve your user experience:
Strictly necessary cookies
These are first-party cookies and must be present for the basic functioning of our site and include cookies enabling you to sign in to our site, make use of a shopping cart and functions such as e-billing.
Targeting Cookies are third-party cookies exclusively intended to collect data from your device in order to exhibit ads that may be more relevant to you. Advertisers Data collected by these cookies can be communicated with advertisers to aid their ad performance tracking. Denial of the use of these cookies will result in less targeted advertising.
Google Analytics Cookies
These first-party cookies grant us permission to tally our foot traffic and see how visitors navigate through our site during use. This allows beardtransplantation.com to continuously improve the functionality of our site to ensure that you and other visitors are able to easily and conveniently find what you are looking for.
These cookies permit us to recall your site preferences and choices on our site such as your username, location (country) and preferred language. Using this information, we are equipped to provide personalised features such as clinics in your region, for example.
These cookies are anonymous and do not track nor store your browsing activity on other websites. Very similar to ‘Strictly Necessary Cookies’, these cookies are particularly used to provide your requested services. Common examples of these cookies include the ability to comment on our blog posts and improved user experience through the use of your personal preferences.
Managing Your Cookie Settings
You can manage your cookie data, deleting the ones that are already saved to your computer as you wish.
To disable ALL cookies, simply open your Chrome browser and select “Settings”. Navigate your way through “Site Settings” to “Cookies and Site Data”. From here, you will have the option to deselect “Allow Sites to Save and Read Cookie Data (recommended)”.
To manage third-party cookies, navigate your way to ‘Cookies and site date’, as outlined above, and select “Block Third-Party Cookies”.
If you are making use of a different browser, check out cookiesandyou.com to find out more.