Information about the use of cookies

IsaDora AB (“IsaDora”) is a makeup brand that produces cosmetics in various markets around the world. 


IsaDora AB (“IsaDora”) is a makeup brand that produces cosmetics in various markets around the world. IsaDora’s website, (the “Website”) uses cookies and similar technologies that store information on your computer, mobile phone or tablet, usually through the use of a web browser. Cookies are used to grant visitors access to different functions on the Website, to differentiate the visitors from each other, to analyze the performance of our websites and online services, and to utilize personalized interest-based advertising. This relies to some degree on the use of personal data from our users and helps us improve our website and make our digital communication more relevant to our recipients. For information about how we process personal data collected through cookies, please see our Privacy Notice .Visitors can voluntarily choose to accept the use of cookies through the settings in the web browser. In your browser settings, you can either block the automatic downloading of cookies, or you can be asked to approve the download of each cookie. You can also delete cookies at any time by going to your browser settings. The process for doing this depends on which browser you use. Go to “Settings/Privacy and Security” or the equivalent menu in your browser for more detailed information on how your browser works. Please note that if you block all cookies on your browser or device, this can cause a drop in performance on our Website and other websites.

In general, there are three main types of cookies:

  • The first type (“session cookie”) is temporarily stored on your computer while you are browsing a page. It is automatically deleted when you close your browser.
  • The second type (“permanent cookie”) saves a file for a long time on your computer until it reaches its expiry date. It can be used to customize a website based on your choices. For example, permanent cookies may use features to register your preferred language setting on a website.
  • The third type (“third-party cookie”) is a cookie that belongs to different domains than those displayed in the address field, meaning that a cookie is placed by a website other than the one the user is visiting. For example, third-party cookies enable tracing of the user’s browsing history.