What is a Cookie?

What is a Cookie? A cookie is a text file stored on your device (PC, Notebook, Smartphone, Tablet) that allows the website to recognise you the next time you visit the site. This capability is used to memorise sessions and also for statistical purposes. The first are considered technical cookies, while the second are known as profiling cookies.

A cookie can be memorised only if permitted by browser settings. Almost all browsers are set by default to accept these automatically.

Types of cookies

These may be session cookies (created when you start to consult this site and cancelled when you close the browser) or persistent cookies (which are memorised and remain on your device (for a few hours, months or permanently) after you have finished consulting this Site).

Technical cookies: these are necessary for correct functioning of certain site services. Generally, they are used to recognise you, avoiding the need to enter certain information each time your return to the Site, such as for example (list for example purpose and no limited to).

Analytic cookies: these are used to collect information regarding use of the site such as, for example (list for example purpose and not limited to): how you landed on the pages of the site, pages visited, how long you remain on the Site, etc. They are used for statistical analysis and to optimise and monitor correct functioning of the Site. Generally, they are used to understand how visitors use the site and to provide a better navigation experience, improving the method of presentation of contents.

Third party cookies
Consulting the pages of this Site, you may receive cookies both directly from the site visited (proprietary cookies), or from sites managed by other organizations (third party cookies). This is because certain site services or parts of the pages visited are managed using code generated by third parties. The presence of these portions of code involve the transmission of cookies to and from all the services managed by third parties whose management of the information collected is regulated by the related privacy policy statement which you should consult.
Google Analytics is an example of third party cookies: this is a web traffic analysis service furnished by Google which uses this to collect and analyse information regarding the behaviour of users on this Site. This information is collected by Google Analytics and then processed in order to draw up reports regarding activities on the Site. Another example of third party cookies is the presence of “social plugins” such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn etc. Social plugins are generally used to share contents on Social Networks and to recognise users, to provide capabilities such as, for example, login to the site using the credentials of the Social Network.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to facilitate and improve your navigation experience (technical cookies) and to collect access statistics (analytic cookies). Use of cookies is essential also for login to the site without having to re-enter your credentials in each page.

Which cookies are used?

This site uses proprietary and third party cookies. See below for a list of the cookies used and related details.

Can I disable cookies?

You can modify the settings of your Internet browser and block saving of cookies.

In view of the many different types of devices used to consult websites, Operating Systems, Browsers, etc. and also the fact that capabilities are modified very frequently, it is difficult to provide and maintain a complete, detailed and constantly updated list of how to manage cookies for each single possible combination. You should therefore consult the specific documentation of your Browser, Operating System and Device.

However, if your browser does not accept cookies, you will be unable to access or use all the functions of the site.

Data Controller

Dermafutura Italia s.r.l., registered offices Corso Matteotti 32/a, 10121 Torino.