Privacy Policy

1. General information on the processing of personal data

In order to order goods from the Shop, the Customer must register by entering all the information that is required in the registration form. All the mandatory fields ticked are necessary for the proper execution of the order.

– The Shop confirms that the fact of registration does not imply that the Customer will be sent informative messages other than those necessary for ordering, payment and delivery.

– If the Customer wishes to receive information messages from the Shop, he/she shall be given the opportunity to opt-in to such messages and to opt-out by clicking on the link provided or by contacting

1. By registering in the Shop and ordering goods, the Customer undertakes to protect and not to disclose his/her login data to anyone. In the event that the Customer discloses his/her login details, the Shop shall be exempt from any liability in this respect.

2. Lawful basis for processing of personal data. a) the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes; b) the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party, or for the purpose of
taking action at the request of the data subject prior to the conclusion of the contract; c) the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject;

3. Personal data processed:

– When ordering goods, the customer must provide the following data necessary for the delivery of the goods: name; surname; address to which the goods will be delivered; telephone number; e-mail address; bank account number, name and surname of the bank account holder.

– The initials will be saved when the customer comments, and if the customer chooses: first name/last name, nickname, IP address in the comments section, in order to exclude fake and inappropriate comments.

– In all cases, any personal data of the Client may be disclosed to third parties only in cases provided for by the legislation of the Republic of Lithuania, or at the request of law enforcement.

2. Personal Data Processors:

The Bank, at the time of payment “OPAY solutions”, UAB, Lithuania, initiator of payment for goods. Data processing policy:

Maksekeskus AS, originator of payment for goods. Data Processing Policy:

Google Ireland Ltd., cookie information transmitting purchase history information. If you wish to opt out of the collection of such information, you can choose to store only functional cookies, in our cookie notice, or by clicking here: .

Comment processing tool:; Amazon servers in Europe; Data processing policy here:

Time limits for processing personal data:

– Order information before payment: 30 days;
– Order information after payment: invoices 10 years after payment;
– Personal data in the e-shop after registration: 4 years after registration;
– IP address, incials/name/username: until the moment the comment is deleted
– Cookie consent information: up to one year.

3. Your rights

– To receive information about the processing of your personal data;
– to have access to your personal data that is stored;
– request the rectification of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete personal data;
– request the erasure of personal data that are no longer needed or are being processed unlawfully;
– not to consent to the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes or to the processing of any personal data relating to you in relation to your particular case;
– request the restriction of the processing of your personal data in specific cases;
– to obtain your personal data in a computer-readable format and to transmit it to another controller
(“data portability”);
– request that decisions based on automated processing which concern or significantly affect you and are based on your personal data are taken by natural persons and not only by computers. In this case, you also have the right to express your views and contest the decision.
– complain to the Personal Data Inspectorate. 

To exercise your rights, you must contact the following contacts. 

Terms and conditions for the processing of personal data used for marketing

– We use an SMS and email messaging platform to which the following terms and conditions apply.
– By opting in to receive our SMS and email marketing communications and mobile notifications, you agree to these terms and conditions.
– By entering your phone number and initiating a purchase, subscribing via our subscription form or keyword, you agree that we may send you SMS and email text messages (in relation to your order, including abandoned cart reminders).
– Your phone number email address, name and purchase information will be shared with our SMS and email platform Omnisend UAB, a Lithuanian company with offices in Vilnius, Lithuania, EU. The data will be used to send you targeted marketing messages and notifications, but only when you opt-in to this service. Once text messages are sent, your phone number and email will be forwarded to the operator of the text messages for delivery.
– If you wish to unsubscribe from SMS marketing messages and message subscriptions (periodic messages), please reply with STOP to any mobile message sent by us or use the unsubscribe link we have provided in any of our communications. If you wish to unsubscribe from e-mail notifications, please click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the e-mail you receive. You will then be automatically removed from the list of subscribers.
Please be advised that alternative means of unsubscribing, such as the use of alternative words or queries, will not be considered a valid means of unsubscribing. 

Message and data rates may apply.

If you have any questions, please contact the “HELP” number from which you received the messages.

You can also contact us for more information.

How do we collect your email contacts?

For this purpose, uses the SMS and email platform of UAB Omnisend, a Lithuanian company with offices in Vilnius, Lithuania, EU.


Comments are intended to allow visitors to this website to express their opinions freely. When a visitor comments on a post, we store the information that the visitor enters in the fields (initials, first/last name or nickname) and, in addition, the visitor's IP address and browser agent information. We need this information to be able to automatically detect and stop fake comments (Spam).

When a visitor comments on a post, they may choose to save information such as their name, email address and website address in the form of cookies. This feature is designed to prevent the visitor from having to enter the same data again the next time. These cookies are stored in the visitor’s browser for one year.
5. User registration

Visitors who have registered on our website are our registered members. The information provided by these members when creating a profile or adding information to it at a later date is stored for 10 years after the purchase has been made. All visitors can see this information and edit it (except for their username) or delete it completely. Site administrators can also view and edit this information.

6. Logging in to your account

As you log in to your account on this website, cookies are placed on your computer to support the functions of the website. You can read more about the information collected by cookies in our Cookie Policy.

7. Website visitor statistics

We use statistical data on our website to help us serve our customers faster and better. We have used Google Analytics for this purpose. This software records cookies on your computer when you choose to allow the recording of marketing cookie information. This information is anonymous and
does not allow us to identify the specific visitor who has taken certain actions on the website. You can read more about Google Analytics cookies and how the data collected is stored here: .
To protect your data with Google Analytics, we have set up a service so that as soon as the data is received by the Analytics Collection Network (for more information see here: ), your IP address will be anonymised
before the data is stored or processed.

If you wish to opt out of Google Analytics tracking on all Sites, please visit .

8. Embedded content from other websites

Articles and other content on this website may contain embedded content from other websites (third parties) (photos, videos, articles, promotional material). Such content interacts with the visitor to the website as if the visitor were visiting those (third party) websites.

These (third party) websites may also collect information in the form of cookies about visitors to this website – to monitor visitor behaviour in relation to the embedded (third party) content.

To find out how Facebook, Instagram, Youtube process data, you can read here:

Youtube: (Youtube is a Google corporate service)

9. Newsletters

We use the email address and name you provide to send you articles and offers.

If you send us a newsletter, we have the possibility to collect and view statistical data related to your behaviour after sending the email. For example, whether the email was opened, which links were clicked. These types of emails are sent 1-2 times per quarter, after you have opted in to our
newsletter subscription service. You can revoke your right to process personal data for direct marketing purposes at any time in the
following ways:

– Click on the unsubscribe link when you receive the newsletter;
– If you receive an email, click on the unsubscribe link;
– If you receive an SMS – reply STOP

Contact the person responsible by email: 
Contact information of the company regarding the processing of personal data:
Company code: XXX
Company address: XXX
If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail:
All enquiries relating to the processing of personal data will be answered within 30 calendar days.