Cookies policy


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In the General Data Protection Regulation, (onwards RGPD ), in point 30 of the considerations, it is clear that cookies can identify a natural person if they are combined with other data received by servers.

So in order to install cookies, the consent of the user is required, who must comply with consideration 32, the definition in art.4-11 and be granted according to what is established in art. 7 of the RGPD. Legally it implies that the CONSENT to process personal data must be transparent, prior, clear, documented, reversible, renewable, unequivocal and free. Tacit consent is not supported.

SUMMARY: To comply with legality I have to make the notice appear, inform you of everything and you decide, freely, if you accept or not and what you accept. I do not like it since it does not favor the usability of the web at all, but it is what it is.


If you browse our WEB without taking any action, only the cookie of the language in which our WEB site is presented will be installed, currently Spanish (es) or English (en).

The information banner on the use of cookies will remain present, reminding you that you have not made any decision in this regard.

By pressing the Accept button, the cookies on our WEB that your browser settings allow will be installed and the information banner will disappear.

If you press the configure button, you will be directed to our cookie preferences center, where you can select the cookies you want based on their type and it will be saved in a cookie that will remember your preferences. This selection does NOT change the configuration of your browser, so, even if you accept tracking and advertising cookies (for example), the WEB will not be able to install them if your browser is configured not to accept them. (Firefox, Safari, among others, are configured by default to not accept third-party cookies).

By continuing to browse our WEB, you indicate that you are consenting to the use of the cookies set forth, and under the conditions contained in this Cookies Policy, you can change your decision at any time by accessing our cookie preferences center, whose direct link It is found in the footer of the entire WEB or by configuring the browser you use.

On our WEB and blog there are links to other WEB sites that have no relationship of any kind with us and are outside of our management and control, so we are not responsible for them. The information, management and use of cookies is the responsibility of the owners of these websites.

What are cookies and what are they for?

Cookies are small files that are sent by a website and are automatically left on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other devices that allow you to browse the web such as smarts tv, consoles, etc …

They are essential for the operation of the internet, providing many advantages in the provision of interactive services, navigation and usability of the web.

Know more about cookies

Types of cookies

We can classify them according to:

The origin

  • From third parties: They are those used by other companies but installed through the website you are visiting. The main objectives for which third-party cookies are used are to obtain access statistics and analyze browsing information, that is, how the User interacts with the websites For example, companies that analyze web traffic such as Google Analytics, or social networks.

    The information obtained refers, for example, to the number of pages visited, the language, the place to which the IP address from which the user accesses, the number of Users who access it, the frequency and recidivism of visits, the time of visit, the browser they use, the operator or type of device from which the visit is made. This information is used to improve the websites, and detect new needs to offer Users a content and / or service of the highest quality. In any case, the information is collected anonymously and trend reports from the Website are prepared without identifying individual users.

The duration

  • Session cookies: They store data temporarily until you leave the web page, at which time it is deleted. For example, when you select items in an online store. If you leave the store, your order information is lost.
  • Persistent cookies: They have an expiration or expiration date and stop working and / or are deleted after that date. You may or may not store information during that period of time. For example, you can remember that you accepted version 2.2 of the Privacy Policy of a website and know that it has to notify you when updating to a new version.

According to purpose

  • Technical cookies: Those essential and necessary for a website to function properly.
  • Personalization cookies: Those that allow access with the options predefined by the user, such as, for example, the language.
  • Analysis cookies: Those that collect information for statistical measurement and analysis of the use of the services provided by the website.
  • Advertising cookies: They allow the effective management and optimization of aspects related to advertising.
  • Behavioral advertising cookies: They also manage and optimize advertising spaces but based on continuous observation of the user’s browsing habits.

Cookies we use

Last revision made on December 09, 2020.

  • cookie_consent_user_accepted (60 days)
    Stores information about whether the visitor and / or user has accepted cookies or not.
  • cookie_consent_level (60 days)
    If the cookies have been accepted, it stores the configuration of the user’s preferences.
  • pll_language (1 year)
    Stores the information of the language selected by the user to display the website in that language when they visit it again.
  • wordpress_test_cookie (Session)
    This cookie checks if a browser has cookies enabled. WordPress CMS.
  • PHPSESSID (Session)
    WordPress session cookie is native to PHP and allows the WEB to establish user sessions. It is deleted when the website is closed. CMS WordPress.
  • wordpress_ [hash] (Session)
    cookie restricted to the administration area (wp-admin). It is not seen on the frontend even when logged in. Save your access data.
  • wordpress_sec_ [hash] (Session)
    the same as the previous one (actually I think it replaces it).
  • wordpress_logged_in_ [hash] (Session)
    Save who you are while you are registered and WordPress uses it for its interface.
  • wp-settings- {time} – [UID] (1year)
    Save your settings from the administration area and even from the frontend. UID is your WordPress user ID.
  • wp-settings- [UID] (1 year)
    Like the previous one. Save your settings from the administration area and even from the frontend. UID is your user ID.
  • wp-postpass_ [hash] (10 days)
    Cookie where access to password-protected pages is saved.
  • comment_author_ [hash] (347 days)
    to remember the name of the commenter.
  • comment_author_email_ [hash] (347 days)
    To remember the email of the person making the comment.
  • comment_author_url_ [hash] (347 days)
    To remember the url of the commenter.
  • wpSGCacheBypass (24 hours)
    It is used for local caching purposes to improve the loading time of the web page. is based on the WordPress CMS and is hosted on SiteGround.
  • woocommerce_cart_hash (Session)
    Coookie that helps detect and save changes in the cart.
  • woocommerce_items_in_cart (Session)
    Coookie that helps detect and save changes in the cart.
  • woocommerce_recently_viewed (Session)
    For the “recently viewed” widget to work.
  • store_notice [notice id] (Session)
    So that users can dismiss the store notice.
  • wp_woocommerce_session_ (2 days)
    Add a unique code to each customer to be able to identify their cart in the database. Persistent.
  • woocommerce_snooze_suggestions__ (2 days)
    Allows you to discard notifications from the marketplace. Persistent.
  • woocommerce_dismissed_suggestions __ [context] (1 month):
    Count how many times the marketplace notifications have been dismissed.
  • tk_ai (Session)
    Save a random ID generated in the backend for statistics.
  • Stripe is used to process credit card payments and uses the following cookies to remind the user and allow to process payments without storing credit card data on its own servers.
    __stripe_mid (1 year), __stripe_orig_props, __ stripe_sid, (Session), cid, country, __stripe-js-v3-features__
  • The following cookies are installed by Google Analytics and allow us to analyze the user experience on our website.
    _ga, _gac_UA-XXXXXXX-X, _gat_UA-XXXXXXX-X, _gid

Social media cookies

The owner incorporates social network plugins that allow access to them from the websites. For this reason, social network cookies can be stored in the user’s browser. The owners of these social networks have their own data protection and cookie policies, being themselves, in each case, responsible for their own files and their own privacy practices. The user must refer to them to find out about these cookies and, where appropriate, the treatment of their personal data. Only for information purposes are indicated below the links in which you can consult said policies of the networks where the owner has a presence.

How to configure or disable your cookies?

You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by configuring the options of your Internet browser. If you do not allow the installation of cookies in your browser, you may not be able to access some of the services and your experience on our website may be less satisfactory.

In the following links you have at your disposal all the information to configure or disable cookies in the most used browsers:

Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Internet Explorer
Safari para IOS (iPhone – iPAd)
Chrome para Android