Cookie Policy

Swedencare AB (‘Swedencare’ or ‘we’) uses cookies and other similar technologies (collectively ‘cookies’) on our websites.
You may freely choose whether you want to accept cookies on your device or not. Swedencare needs your consent to use cookies, except for those cookies that are necessary for the safe and proper functioning of the Swedencare’s websites.
If you do not accept Swedencare’s use of cookies, or if you have previously accepted our use and want to modify your choices, you can go back to your cookie settings at any time. You can do this by clicking on ‘Cookie Settings’ at the bottom of the page. You may also need to modify your browser settings and manually delete cookies to clear your device of previously placed cookies, see more in the section ‘Managing Cookie Settings’ below. Please note that if you choose not to accept cookies, the functionality of some parts of our websites will be limited.
Swedencare’s websites consists of the following:


What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files containing information that are stored in your browser when you access a website. The browser then enables the website to read the information in this cookie.

Cookies are placed in the following three ways:
1) A time-limited cookie remains on the visitor’s device for a predetermined period of time. The lifespan may vary between different types of cookies.

2) A session cookie is temporarily stored in the device’s memory while a visitor is on a website. A session cookie disappears when the website visitor closes the browser window. Session cookies are used, among other things, to record statistics on the use of the website.

3) Permanent cookies remain until you choose to delete them. These cookies are used, among other things, to store any of the personal settings which you have set at Swedencare’s websites so that you, for example, do not have to re-enter certain choices regarding your personal settings every time you visit the website, and to adapt and make information and marketing as relevant as possible for you.

What Cookies does Swedencare use?

Swedencare uses cookies in order to improve Swedencare’s websites and the user experience for the website visitors. This is done e.g. by adapting the website to the visitor’s preferences, choices and interests, enabling tracking of which items you have placed in your shopping cart, ensuring that the website visitor stays logged in on the website, and enabling the adaptation of our services so that you receive relevant marketing.
We have divided and categorized the cookies we use into four different categories to make it easier for you to make your choices:
Necessary: Cookies that are essential for the safe and proper functioning of the website. These cookies can therefore not be switched off or opted out of.

: Cookies that are used to remember your personalized settings, which affect the way the website looks and works based on your browser settings.

Analytical and Statistical
: Analytical and statistical cookies provide information on how our website is used and allow us to develop and improve our website, and by extension, your user experience as a website visitor.

Marketing and Social Media:
Cookies used to track users across multiple domains so that we can provide relevant and customized marketing on other websites or channels based on your browsing behavior.
All cookies which Swedencare uses are found in our Cookie Banner.

Third Party Cookies

Third party cookies are stored by someone other than the person responsible for the website, i.e. a company other than Swedencare. Swedencare uses third party cookies for marketing on other platforms and for the monitoring of our advertising. Swedencare uses marketing partners that help to make our marketing and the content of the website more relevant to you. Therefore, cookies from such partner companies (consisting of time-limited and session cookies) are also saved when you visit our websites.
For more information on how we process personal data in connection with transfers to third parties, see the section ‘Processing of Personal Data and Transfers to Third Countries’ below.
For more information on which third party cookies Swedencare uses, please see our Cookie Banner.

Managing Cookie Settings

You may modify your choices and cookie settings at any time. You can do this by clicking on the ‘Cookie Settings’ link at the bottom of all pages found on our website. If you choose to opt out of any category of cookies, they will be deactivated and will no longer retrieve information.
You can at any time choose to delete specific cookies from your device via your browser. You can also disable Swedencare’s ability to save cookies on your browser through our websites. Go to the ‘Help’ option in your browser for instructions on how to delete or disable cookies. Please note that if you choose to disable cookies, you will not be able to utilize all features of Swedencare’s websites.

How can you delete cookies?

It is easy to delete cookies that you have previously accepted. It depends on which browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and device (smartphone, tablet, PC, Mac) you are using.
You can typically find this information under settings – Security and Privacy – but this may vary from one browser to another. Specify which device/browser you are using (click the appropriate link):

Changing your consent

You can change your consent by either deleting cookies from your browser or by changing your original choice by clicking the link below:

You can change your consent by clicking here

Remember: If you use more than one browser, you must delete cookies in all of them.

Processing of Personal Data and Transfers to Third Countries

When you consent to Swedencare’s use of cookies, this means that you consent to our processing of your personal data, more specifically IP address, geographical location, website behavior data and user ID.
Some third party cookie providers are based outside the EU/EEA area, so called ‘third countries’. This means that when you consent to the placement of third-party cookies provided by companies such as Google, your personal data may be transferred to a third country, in particular to the United States. In third countries, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) (‘GDPR’) does not apply, which means increased risk exposure for your personal data, including the possibility for authorities in third countries to access the personal data and your ability to exercise your rights as a data subject.
Read more about our personal data processing in our Data Privacy Policy here.

Contact Information and Changes to this Cookie Policy

If you have any questions about our use of cookies, please contact us at the following email address:
Our Cookie Policy may be updated in the future.

The latest version is always available on our websites.
You can read more about cookies and your rights on the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s (Sw: Post- och telestyrelsen) website here.