With more than 7 years of experience in the perfumery and professional cosmetics industry , a catalog of over 12,000 products and a presence in over 30 countries, Beauty The Shop is a benchmark in online shopping based on the following principles:
Our increased investment in technology makes it possible for our shop to have the highest internet security measures available:
All these services guarantee a professional, secure, and efficient service.
Beauty The Shop only sells selective brands. That is why we ensure that brands have an exclusive space in our store according to their prestige. A place where the brands’ history and philosophy are explained with high quality photography for showing their products to our customers. Furthermore, each brand’s products are sorted by their respective product lines and allowing the filtering of these products according to their features, so that the customer can perfectly understand the characteristics that the brand really represents and wants us to convey.
Feedback is available on every single product so that customers can voice their opinion on their use and application, further enriching the product description on Beauty The Shop.
Beauty The Shop office in the United States: | | Address: 7950 NW 53rd Street Suite 337 Miami, Florida 33166. | | Customer Service : (786) 228-5882 - Phone line from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern Time).
United States Warehouse: Buyin Comercio Web SL. 2220 Meridian Blvd Suite # Z9968 Minden, NV 89423
Main Warehouse: | | Pol. Ind. Juncaril. Albunol 247. 18220 Albolote, Granada. Spain. | | Customer Service :Phone: +34 958 490 405
Beauty The Shop fulfills the following directives:
Directive 95/46/EC is the reference text, at European level, on the protection of personal data. It sets up a regulatory framework which seeks to strike a balance between a high level of protection for the privacy of individuals and the free movement of personal data within the European Union (EU). To do so, the Directive sets strict limits on the collection and use of personal data and requires that each Member State set up an independent national body responsible for the protection of these data.
Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the Internal Market ("Directive on electronic commerce").