Cookie Policy Mircare

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Last updated: November 1, 2022

Please read Mircare's Cookie Policy (hereinafter referred to as the "Policy").

At Mircare, we make transparency in our data processing a priority. These policies inform you about our use of cookies, local storage and similar technologies. This Cookie Policy is part of our Privacy Policy, where you will find more detailed information.

Mircare FZE LLC (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, “Mircare”) may include two types of information about you that we obtain as a result of your use of the and/or any affiliated website and/or related domains (and/or subdomains) (hereinafter referred to as the “website” or “site”), namely:

  • personal information, including your first and last name;
  • aggregate information obtained from our practices regarding cookies and Internet Protocol addresses (“IP addresses”) of website users.

By browsing or using our websites, you agree that we may store and access cookies and other tracking technologies described in this Cookie Policy.

Please read the following information carefully about how and why the site uses your IP address and cookies. If you do not accept or agree with the practices described in this Policy, please leave this site immediately.

IP address

1. What happens when you visit the site

Every time you connect to the Internet or use a persistent connection such as broadband or ADSL, when you turn on or restart your computer you are automatically assigned a unique identification number known as an IP address. This IP address contains information about your computer's location on the Internet (country of origin) and the name of your Internet Service Provider ("ISP"), and is automatically logged by the site.

2. What is an IP address?

When you first access the Internet (i.e., your computer connects to the Internet), your computer is automatically assigned a unique number (usually about 9 or 10 decimal numbers) known as an IP address. This is your computer's unique address on the Internet. Websites use your IP address to deliver content to you; without an IP address, websites will not be able to find your computer on the Internet.

Accordingly, every time you disconnect and reconnect to the Internet, your computer is automatically assigned a new IP address. IP addresses inherently do not identify you as an individual (at least not on their own and not in combination with other identifiers). However, an IP address contains information about your computer's location on the Internet (country) and the name of your Internet service provider.

3. How do we obtain your IP address?

Every time you visit a page on the site, your computer sends a message asking you to accept the requested content. This message, sent by your computer, also contains your IP address as a form of "return address" so that the website can identify your computer and send the requested content. Our web server automatically logs all these messages.

4. What do we do with your IP address?

When we log your IP address, the data collected is grouped with other logged IP addresses, from which we compile statistics about the geographic location of our site visitors, how long they stay on the site, and which pages are the most viewed. and for other statistical reasons that may be relevant to our business.

IP addresses are automatically collected and stored in log files. These files also contain information about your browser type, Internet service provider, operating system, date/time, traffic data and data viewed on the site. Collecting this type of information allows us to generate aggregate information for the purposes of developing the site, including in terms of general trends and user activities on the Internet (for example, the number of unique visitors, most frequently visited and viewed pages, or search terms entered), which also allows us administer the site, diagnose any potential server problems, analyze visitor trends and statistics, and generally help us improve your online experience.

IP addresses are not stored longer than necessary for the above purposes.


1. What are cookies?

Using cookies, the site distinguishes you from other users. Cookies allow us to analyze trends and administer the site to provide a better user experience, as well as to develop and improve the site.

A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is stored in your browser or on your computer's hard drive if you consent. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive. The cookie allows a website to remember users who have already visited that site. Without cookies, when you open a new web page, the server that stores that page will treat you as a completely new visitor. Cookies allow us to remember your user preferences, such as language preferences, and allow you to complete tasks without having to re-enter information while browsing.

Cookies typically contain the name of the website from which the cookie was received, the lifetime of the cookie, and a randomly generated unique number. Websites typically use this number to ensure that you are recognized when you return to a website, as you move from page to page within the same website, and to ensure that any information you enter is remembered.

2. What types of cookies do we use?

Our website uses different types of cookies on the home page, including:

  • Session cookies, which disappear when you log out and close your browser;
  • Persistent cookies that remain on your device until you or your browser delete them or until they expire;
  • Essential cookies associated with the domain you are visiting;
  • Third-party cookies associated with a domain other than the one you are visiting.

In addition to the cookies listed above, other standard technologies are used such as web beacons, web bugs, clear gifs, local storage objects (such as HTML5 and Flash) and scripts. They help provide the functionality described in these Terms.

Web beacons are typically small, transparent graphic images that are placed on a website or in an email. Web beacons allow a website to record the simple actions of a user who opens a page containing a web beacon. Because web beacons are similar to other content on a web page, you cannot disable or opt out of them, but they may become ineffective if you change your browser's cookie setting to decline cookies.

3. Current cookies

Essential/technical cookies

These cookies are essential for the website to function and cannot be disabled. They are typically only set in response to actions you take that constitute a request for services, such as your privacy settings, login, or data entry.

You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some features of the site may not be available. These cookies do not store personal data.

Performance/Analytics Cookie

These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources to measure and improve the performance of our site. These cookies allow us to understand which pages are the most and least popular and track how visitors move around the site. Some of the information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

Functional cookies

This type of cookie is necessary for the website to function fully. They may be installed by us or by a third party.

If you do not accept the use of these cookies, some or all site services may not function correctly.

Advertising cookies

These cookies may be set through our site by our advertisers and other partners to personalize the content you see. These companies may use them to create a profile of your interests and display relevant advertising on other sites. They often do not store personal information directly, but rely on the unique identification of your browser and Internet device. By not accepting these cookies, you will receive less content relevant to your interests.

4. What information we collect using cookies

We use cookies in a variety of ways, including:


We may use cookies to enable and operate security features and detect malicious activity.

Save preferences and support additional features Cookies can make it easier for you to fill out forms on our websites.

Performance, analytics and personalization

Cookies help us understand how effective our websites are. We may analyze the use of our websites and personalize the content and experience we provide to you. Cookies are used to present, improve, develop and research products, features and services to collect, view, record and receive information about you (such as event data) and to create logs and records when you access our websites from different devices such as PC or mobile device.


We use cookies to run marketing or advertising campaigns and track their effectiveness. Similarly, we may use cookies to collect information about your activities on our websites in order to display advertisements to you based on your activities and interests. We generate reports based on the use of cookies. Please note that we cannot control the actions of third-party ad servers and ad networks, so our Data Protection Policy does not apply to this situation.

We do not use cookies to collect or store any personal information. We use the information collected for the purpose of evaluating the use, content, navigation and content of the website. This statistical analysis allows us to improve our website to improve your overall online experience and provide additional services.

Please note that third parties (including advertising networks and providers of external services such as web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies, which we are unable to track. These cookies are likely to be analytical cookies, performance cookies or targeting cookies.

5. Accepting and blocking cookies

You do not need to accept cookies to use the website.

You can limit the use of cookies at the individual browser level and even block or reject all or some cookies by activating the appropriate settings in your browser. If you block or reject cookies, you may still be able to access and use the site, but the functionality of the site will be limited and the services you receive through the site may not display correctly or function properly.

Most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies, but some browsers have settings that allow you to disable cookies (and other tracking tools) or to prompt you to consent before cookies are used by the websites you visit. Browsers also have the option to delete existing cookies. Please review the technical information of your browser or mobile device to understand how to delete or disable cookies.

Preference Managers

You can set your preferences for most cookies on our website using the Cookie Manager. You can also use this tool to view the list of third-party cookies on our Site. Please note that this tool will not block all cookies and does not work with third party sites.

Third-party extensions

There are several browser extensions that allow you to choose which cookies are placed in your browser and help you control tracking. Please note that these extensions are made by third parties and are not optimized, so we are not responsible for and cannot provide technical support for these products.

Personalized advertising

You may opt out of receiving certain personalized advertisements from companies that participate in online advertising campaigns.

6. Social networking functions and widgets

The site includes social networking functions. These features may collect information about your IP address, the pages you visit on the Site, and may set a cookie to enable the features to function properly.

Any personal information you provide through a social media application may be collected and used by other members of that social media application and is subject to the Privacy Policies of the companies providing the application. We do not control and are not responsible for these companies or their use of your personal information.