Privacy Policy

This Legal Notice regulates the terms of use of the website  www.beautytheshop.com  , owned by BeautyTheShop, available to Internet users. In compliance with Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data  15/1999 and the pertinent European laws relating to the sale of products on the Internet.

Personal data collected from any forms will be incorporated into automated personal information files by BeautyTheShop in order to provide information on our products and services. By filling in the form and sending the information, users expressly acknowledge the processing of their personal data.

In addition, they authorize the sending of commercial communications by email or any other means of communication.

The user may refuse to receive these communications by  checking the corresponding box on each information request form. Fields marked with an asterisk are required; by not providing this information, the data will not be considered.

The business reserves the right to cancel, eliminate and/or block inaccurate and incomplete personal user information, or that which is not necessary or pertinent for its use in accordance with the provisions of the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data.

The user may exercise  all rights of access, cancellation, rectification and opposition under the terms established by the law, by sending an email to the address info@beautytheshop.com

Furthermore, BeautyTheShop agrees to establish the measures regulated by the European framework to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, and the unavailability of information sent to prevent loss, alteration, or unauthorized access.

This Privacy Policy may be modified or updated by changes in legislation. When that happens, the company will communicate these modifications to the users using the appropriate channels.

 

Beauty The Shop complies with 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").