Cookies Policy



A user will be understood as any person who browses our website, hereinafter simply the website.

The editor will be understood as the owner of the website, who is Spring Creations.

The cookies used in the user’s browser have been installed with your authorization. If at any time you wish to revoke this authorization, you may do so without hindrance. To do this, you can view the section Deactivation or elimination of cookies, which is described in these policies.

The Editor is completely free to make the changes it deems pertinent to the website. To do this, you can add sections, functionalities or any element that may generate the use of new cookies, so the user is advised to check this cookie policy each time you access the website, so you can stay updated for any changes that may have occurred since the last visit.


Cookies are information that is stored in the browser of the user of a website to be able to consult the previous activity that has been carried out, as well as to remember certain data for a next visit. They can also be called web beacons, pixels, bugs, trackers, but for the purpose of this policy, they will only be understood as cookies.

They usually store technical data, usage statistics, profile customization, links to social networks, management of personal preferences, among other functions, in order to be able to adapt the website to the user’s needs and settings, thus improving the browsing experience. Not accepting them could hinder the service that the website wishes to offer.

They are not files from viruses, spam, trojans, worms, spyware, or advertising programming either static on the page or in a pop-up window format.

The information stored refers to the browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.), and not to the user. To verify this, you can enter the same web domain and verify in two different browsers that you can configure different preferences in each one.


At any time, the user may exercise their right to refuse cookies and may consequently deactivate or eliminate them, except those that are necessary for the operation of the website.

The user will be able to eliminate and/or block cookies, for all navigation that they carry out or for a specific web domain. This configuration must be done in each browser, if you do it in one browser and not in the rest of the same device, it will be assumed that in the others you accept the use of cookies. The Editor cannot carry out this action for the user, he must carry it out responsibly and individually in each browser and/or device that he so wishes.

As each browser has different configurations, the user must go to the help section of each one to see the particular case. This section mentions the most common ones, however, due to updates to the browsers or operating system you are using, this may vary. The user should always go to the user manuals of his browser, this guide is merely indicative.

Chrome: Go to Menu – Settings (on Mac: Preferences) – Advanced Settings – Privacy – Here you choose whether to configure cookies or delete existing cookies. For more information you can visit Chrome help.

Internet Explorer: Go to Tools – Internet Options – Privacy – Privacy – Settings – Advanced Options. Set what you want. For more information, you can visit the browser’s own help section

Firefox: Go to Menu – Preferences – Privacy – Show cookies – Configure according to what you want. For more information, you can visit the browser’s help section

Safari: Safari – Preferences – Privacy – Make the desired settings. For more information you can visit Apple help


For example, the possible effects of not authorizing the use of cookies may be the following:

  • The chosen products will not be loaded in the store, so a shopping cart will not be created, preventing the possibility of finalizing the acquisition of the desired products
  • You will not be able to access the client area, personal area, or any that require confirmation
  • The data necessary to analyze the website may not be collected, preventing the editor from knowing how to improve
  • You may not share the content of the website on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, among others.
  • You will not be able to comment on the blog
  • You will not be able to use any social network, since they all use cookies to offer their service.
  • It will not be possible to show third-party advertising, decreasing the income for those who use this modality
  • On certain web domain sites, your browsing may be considered spam because you cannot be identified

This list is merely illustrative, not limiting.
If the user has deleted the cookies, and wants to browse this website again, they must accept the cookies once more.