We Use Cookies

Hey, it’s Leslie at RealBeautyBreakthrough.com.

My primary goal at this website is to provide you with information and insights that will enhance your natural beauty from the inside out. To help with that mission, my tech team uses cookies to learn about visitors to our website.

Do you want to learn more about cookies and what they do? Here is a great website. Learn about cookies

Do you want to disable the use of cookies. You can do that in your browser and it’s easy. Here is how to do it: Disable cookies

Now you might be wondering what we use cookies for at RealBeautyBreakthrough.com. Here’s a simple explanation.

 

  1. We use cookies to improve your experience.

We use cookies to remember your actions on our website and improve your experience. For example, once you’ve logged into our members area, the cookies will make coming back and logging in again easier.

 

  1. We use cookies to advertise and remarket to you.

Like most websites on the internet, we use cookies to advertise to you across the internet. It’s done in aggregate and managed by reputable sites (Google, Facebook, Bing) so your visit privacy is still preserved. An example of how this works is if you visit our shopping cart but don’t buy anything, we’ll probably show you ads, maybe with specials, to encourage you to come back and buy later.

 

  1. We use cookies to maintain our analytics data.

We use cookies for analytics. This is managed by Google Analytics and other 3rd party applications. Analytics helps us understand what people do on our website. We can make better decisions with this data. Here’s an example, if our analytics shows that most people visiting the site use Internet Explorer, then we can try to improve the layout of our website for people using Internet Explorer.

Our use of cookies at RealBeautyBreakthrough.com is very similar to the majority of the website you’ll find online.

We’re using cookies to help more people find and buy course about boosting the health and resilience of your skin to combat the signs of aging. And we’re using cookies to improve your experience on our website once you find us.

If you have any questions please reach out to us. We’d be happy to answer any of your questions.

If you’d like to review our full privacy policy, please go here.