Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit most websites and they are used to improve your browsing experience.
Like all websites, we use them to:
they allow websites to maintain your preferences, identify your session, store items in shopping carts and for storing authentication status.
These are called first party cookies and in some cases websites will not work if you disable these cookies in your web browser, like our virtualizer page where you can try tattoos on your photo.
Get usage statistics.
they allow to record which pages are seen, the devices used and similar anonymous statistics which help us find possible problems and errors.
they are called third party cookies since they are issues by web services other than the website you're looking at at the time; Facebook and Google do this routinely, as do a number of other advertising networks, and they help advertisers identify users preferences and interests to serve them more consistent and useful ads.
In most cases cookies are harmless, and you will only diminish your browsing experience by disabling them.
Alternatively, most of the browsers allow you to opt out of third party cookies, while leaving first party cookies switched on.
Here is how: