Privacy & Policies
Skin and Scalps understand the importance of upholding the highest standards of integrity for its site visitors. We respect your privacy and appreciate your confidence in us. To maintain these standards and to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Practices Act, we have developed specific privacy practices.
Information We Collect
Skin and Scalps gather personally-identifying information with your knowledge and agreement. You may also be asked for optional information such as your age or gender.
How We Use Your Information
Skin and Scalps would use your information to assist you with the service you have requested. We might use the data to communicate with you about new features, goods, or services, or to improve the quality of services we provide by customizing them to your requirements.
We also enable third parties that offer us services, such as technical maintenance or forums and job search tools, to access our database, but only for the purpose of and to the degree necessary to deliver such services. We may also give your information to our advertisers so that they can offer you advertising that is relevant to your needs or interests. While Skin and Scalps will make every effort to compel such third parties to follow acceptable privacy rules and will not allow them to use this information for any reason other than the one for which it was given, Skin and Scalps accepts no responsibility for their actions or policies.
Some of our advertisers may also give you cookies on occasion. We have no control over the cookies that marketers put. If you don’t want cookies, your web browser most certainly has a setting that allows you to refuse them. However, if you configure your browser to reject cookies, certain elements of http://www.skinandscalpsclinic.com may not work properly.
While your personal information is safeguarded as described above, we retain the right to utilize aggregated, anonymous data about our users as a group for any commercial reason, including evaluating use trends and identifying appropriate advertising and partners.
Your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address is often linked with the location from which you connect to the Internet, such as your Internet Service Provider, employer, or institution. We might use your IP address to diagnose server issues, collect broad demographic statistics, and manage our website.
We may give connections to external websites whose material we feel our viewers would find interesting. While our team first examined these websites to ensure that they were acceptable for our audience, we do not manage the privacy policies of these other sites and do not undertake regular checks of their privacy practices. Visitors to these external sites may be asked to provide personally-identifying information. We urge that you read their user and privacy policies before visiting these websites. Before visiting any new websites, children should always consult with their parents or instructors.
Modifications to this Privacy Statement