Cookie Policy

Our Cookies Policy (“Cookies Policy” or “Policy”) outlines how Reset Yourself utilizes cookies and comparable tracking technologies (“cookies”) on our websites or Services. We invite you to review the entire Cookies Policy to understand our cookie usage and your preferences and choices concerning them. In this policy, when we collectively mention “cookies,” we are referring to web beacons, flash cookies, code snippets, pixel tags, cookies, embedded scripts, plugins, widgets, and other comparable automatic tracking technologies (“tracking technology”).

If you continue to use our Services and websites operated by us, including but not limited to and other methods (“websites”), you consent to our use of cookies, unless you have chosen otherwise when presented with the option.

Unless explicitly defined otherwise in this Policy, all terms used herein will have the same meaning as those in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. It's important to read this Cookies Policy alongside our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy for a comprehensive understanding of our practices.

1. Understanding Cookies: Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your device as you browse the web or use web-enabled apps. They serve various purposes, such as making your experience more efficient and aiding in tasks like remembering login details and tracking user behavior. There are two main types of cookies: session cookies, which are deleted when you close your browser, and persistent cookies, which remain on your device until deleted or expired.

Cookies set by Reset Yourself are considered "first-party cookies," while those set by parties other than Reset Yourself are known as "third-party cookies." Third-party cookies may recognize your device across different websites and apps. We recommend reviewing the cookies policies of these third parties to understand how they use your information.

2. How We Use Cookies: 

Reset Yourself uses both first-party and third-party cookies to enhance your website experience, maintain data security, provide relevant content, analyze user engagement, and improve our Services. These cookies may also personalize content and advertisements, send marketing communications, and offer social media features.

For more information on the specific cookies we use, please refer to the table below.

Category of CookiesWhy We Use These Cookies
NecessaryThese cookies are necessary for the site to function. They also help us keep your data safe.
FunctionalThese cookies allow us to enhance your experience and help you save time when using preferences and details.
AdvertisingThese cookies help us provide you with relevant communications and ads in our products and on other sites.


3. What Are My Privacy Choices Regarding Cookies?

At Reset Yourself, we value your privacy and strive to provide meaningful choices in how cookies are used. If you're accessing our services from the European Economic Union (EU) or the United Kingdom (UK), you'll have the opportunity to accept or decline all cookies except for Strictly Necessary Cookies (as detailed below). For users from other regions, the option to opt-out or reject cookies won't be available.

Unless you actively opt out by rejecting cookies, your continued use of our website or services will be considered acceptance of this Cookies Policy.

4. Understanding Strictly Necessary Cookies and Your Opt-Out Options

Reset Yourself and third parties utilize various types of cookies on our websites and services for specific purposes outlined below. Regardless of your location, you won't be able to reject "Strictly Necessary Cookies" (as explained below). However, if you're located in the EU or the UK, you'll have the choice to reject all other types of cookies (as described below).

Types of CookiesPurpose of Use
Strictly Necessary CookiesTo ensure the smooth operation of our website's fundamental features like page navigation, authentication, and access to secure areas, Reset Yourself employs cookies that are necessary for website performance and personalized user experiences (such as geolocation, etc.). These cookies are essential, and neither Reset Yourself nor the relevant third party provides an opt-out or Reject option for them. Please note that the Reset Yourself website cannot function properly without these cookies.
All Other Types of CookiesFor website functionality, analytics, and advertising purposes (such as tracking and monitoring website traffic), Reset Yourself or the relevant third-party may offer you an opt-out option.


5. How Can I Opt-Out of Cookies?

To opt-out or disable Reset Yourself cookies while browsing our website, click the “More Information” button in the popup at the bottom of your browser window. Then, select only the “Essential” option in the subsequent popup. Presently, this feature is exclusively available to customers in the EU and the UK. If you're located elsewhere, you can disable cookies by a) adjusting your browser settings to reject cookies, b) clearing your browser's cookie cache, or c) enabling the Do Not Track (DNT) option in your browser settings. Refer to the table above for details on your options, the types of cookies used by Reset Yourself, and their purposes.

6. What Are the Implications of Opting Out?

Should you decide to reject, disable, or opt-out of specific cookies, your browsing experience may lose some personalization and certain features may become unavailable. For instance, if you're in the EU or the UK, you can reject all cookies except "Strictly Necessary Cookies." However, by rejecting certain cookies, you may lose access to discounts, referral links, referral credits, or the ability to share information via social media platforms on our website or Services.

7. Third-Party Cookies and Opt-Outs

As outlined in this Policy, Reset Yourself utilizes cookies from third-party analytics, advertising, and marketing service providers to gather insights into their services and the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns and other activities.

To completely disable advertising cookies, some third parties may require setting an opt-out cookie on your device. To accept these opt-out cookies, ensure that your device settings allow the receipt of such cookies from third parties. For instance, if your device is configured to block all third-party cookies by default, you may not receive these opt-out cookies. To fully disable advertising cookies, you may need to adjust your device settings to accept cookies initially.

8. Where Can I Find More Information?

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