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1. Controlling and Deleting Cookies
2. The Body Shop First-Party Cookies
Below is a list of the main cookies set by The Body Shop website.
Purpose of cookie
A session cookie that runs till the session is currently active on a particular browser
Contains the count of products in the basket and It is displayed on the top right corner
Contains Webpage Session ID. Used to remember a session started by the user. This helps in remembering the user actions performed during a particular session. For example, search of products performed. Using this cookie allows the site to navigate back to the search results page.
This cookie determines if the Free Shipping Promotion should be displayed or not
This cookie determines if a user visiting the site is a new user or an existing user (based on his or her previous login action)
This cookie contains the information of previously viewed Products
This cookie displays the SKU IDs of the products added to the basket. This cookie is visible on all the other pages except the basket page
This cookie determines if the user is logged in and allows the user to be signed in to his or her account once they have logged in
This cookie determines the details of logged in user with the information of products selected by user.
These cookies are used to track user interaction with the site - which pages they navigate, which links they click, etc.
3. Third-Party Cookies for UK Users
The Body Shop uses suppliers who set their own cookies on our website with our permission to enhance customer experience and functionality and to deliver the services that they are providing. For more information about this type of cookie and the possibilities to opt-out, refer to their individual privacy policies below.
Description of cookie
Cookies of TagMan/Levexis. Tagman provides tracking services
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Cookies set by Struq for relevant advertising depending on the interest
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Cookie of doubleclick.net (a subsidiary of Google that develops and provides Internet ad serving services)
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Cookie set by adgenie.co.uk for dynamic advertising solution that offers pre-targeting and retargeting
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Cookies set by appnexus.com used to track the user actions, the links they click on, as they go from site to site, surfing the Web.
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Cookie of turn.com. Collects the name of the products viewed by the customer
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Google Analytics. These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
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A persistent cookie set by Google Maps applications.
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4 Flash Cookies: Local Shared Objects
To deliver its video content services, the Body Shop uses Adobe Flash Player. For the comprehensive user experience, Local Shared Objects, also known as Flash Cookies, provide a variety of features, for example, the ‘save preferences’ function and ‘auto-resume’. Though the Flash Cookies will be stored on your terminal, you will be unable to restrict or delete them in your browser settings in the same way as ordinary cookies.
Before you disable this type of cookie, be aware that restrictions you apply may affect the features available to you for Flash-based applications. Check the Adobe website for information on how to delete or disable Flash cookies at
5. Cookies Set by Third-Party Sites
The Body Shop occasionally embeds picture and video content from websites like YouTube. Consequently, if you visit a page with embedded-content cookies, you may be presented with such cookies from these websites. This type of cookie cannot be disseminated by us, so you will need to check the relevant third-party website for information.
6. The Body Shop Sharing Tools
The Body Shop website carries embedded ‘share’ buttons which enable site users to share articles via social networks. Social network sites may set cookies on your terminal when you are logged in to their service. The Body Shop does not control the dissemination of these cookies, so you will need to check the relevant third party website for information about this type of cookie.
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