Privacy Policy

Hey Carpe Diem Aesthetics respects your right to privacy. We cherish our guests and strive to make their experience on our website pleasurable and secure.

This privacy statement describes how we use and safeguard any information you provide when using this website. We are committed to guaranteeing the protection of your privacy. If we ask you to submit personal information by which you can be identified when using this site, you can rest assured that it will only be used in line with this privacy statement. We may alter this policy at any time by revising this page.

  • Details gathered by our website
  • Management of your personal information
  • Website Safety
  • A description of cookies
  • Your consent for our website to install cookies.
  • Cookies employed by our site
  • Actual cookies deployed
  • How to turn off cookies

Our website collects information.


For the purposes of making an inquiry or placing a purchase, our website may collect the following information: name, email address, mailing address, phone number, and credit card information. Your name and contact information, such as your email address, mailing address, preferences, and interests. Additional data pertinent to consumer surveys and/or offers may be asked.


This information is necessary for us to understand your needs and offer you with further details about the product(s)/service(s) you’ve requested. Your information may also be saved in an internal CRM system for record-keeping purposes. We may utilise the data to enhance our goods and services. We may keep sending promotional emails about new goods, special deals, or other information we believe you may find interesting to the specified email address. We may also use your information to contact you sometimes for market analysis reasons. We may interact with you through email, phone, fax, or mail. We may use this information to tailor the website to your specific interests.


Your private details will not be sold, distributed, or leased to 3rd parties until we have your consent or are compelled by law to do so. If you want it, we may use your private information to send you marketing materials about 3rd parties that we believe you may find interesting. Under the Data Protection Act of 1998, you may seek a copy of the personal information we possess on you. A little charge may be required. Please write or contact us if you would like a copy of the information we maintain about you.

If you suspect that any information we’re keeping about you is wrong or incomplete, please contact us immediately by letter or email. We will swiftly rectify any false information discovered.



We are committed to maintaining the security of your data. To prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we’ve implemented appropriate physical, technological, and administrative policies to protect and secure the information we collect online.


Our website may include connections to other specific sites. However, after you have used such links to leave our web, you should be aware that we have no control over the content or practises of the destination website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the safety and privacy of any information you supply when visiting other sites, nor are such sites regulated by this privacy statement. You should proceed with care and review the website’s privacy policy.


A cookie is a little data file that is automatically stored on the hard disc of your computer. Our website generates and places cookie files on your device in order to analyse and affect your preferences and behaviour. The purpose of analytical cookies is to follow your trip and experience on our website, so that we can personalise your experience and collect data. Cookies help us offer you with a better website by allowing us to track which pages you find helpful and which you do not. A cookie provides us no access to your computer or any information about you other than the data you voluntarily choose to share with us.

The majority of current web browsers let cookies to be set on your device by default. Nevertheless, you can often alter your browser settings to prevent cookies from being stored on your device. Setting your browser to block cookies may prevent you from using our website to its fullest potential.


  • ensuring functionality is operating properly
  • remember your selections and preferences between visits.
  • facilitate sharing of pages through prominent social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter
  • permit you to leave comments and/or ideas on our website.
  • post queries using online forms
  • Tracking your visit for statistical analysis allows us to enhance the website’s usability, performance, and security.


  • gather any identifying personal information (without your express permission)
  • collect any confidential data (without your express permission)
  • send information to advertising networks
  • transfer personally identifying information to third parties
  • pay sales commissions


On your first visit to our website, you may have encountered a banner informing you that our site utilises cookies. In accordance with the EU Cookie Law of 2011, our website utilises “implied consent.” This implies that we have presumed that you have “opted in” for our website to deploy cookies unless you deactivate them in your browser’s settings or by following the steps provided below. You may read more about the cookies utilised by our website and how to disable them below. For further information on the EU Cookie Law in the United Kingdom, we suggest visiting the website of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), where you may get the most recent information, guidelines, and guidance on the EU Cookie Law.



We encourage visitors to share our material and/or like our profile on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, and LinkedIn, which are major Social Media platforms. To facilitate ‘Social Sharing,’ our website employs widgets provided either directly by the Social Networks or via aggregative widgets from third parties such as AddThis. Cookies and privacy consequences from social networks will differ based on your chosen privacy settings for each social network. Social Sharing buttons will only deploy cookies if you are logged in to the corresponding social network when you visit our website.


Google Analytics is integrated on our website, allowing us to track and gather anonymous visitor information. The acquired information spans from simple traffic volume to the type of browser used to visit our website. This information is useful not just for marketing research and quantification, but also for enhancing the content’s usability, security, and load speed. Google Analytics is a popular and safe flagship tool for webmasters. Google places a strong premium on the confidentiality of Google Analytics data, which you can learn more about on the Analytics Data Protecting page. Google also provides a Google Analytics Opt-out Search engine Add-on that allows you to automatically Opt-out from all websites that track your activity using Google Analytics. Google Analytics collects no personally-identifiable data.


On your first visit to our website, you will see an unobtrusive banner on the page informing you that our website will be placing cookies on your computer. In order for our website to remember your opt-in preference, we keep a cookie that expires after the number of days specified below (see table).


Our website is constructed, in whole or in part, using the open-source CMS platform WordPress. WordPress employs cookies to enable visitors to register, login, and comment on the content of our website. If you choose not to leave comments on our website, WordPress will not place any cookies on your device. WordPress will only generate cookies if you actively register or comment using our website’s clear forms.


Our website’s users have the option to contact us via contact form(s). In order to avoid spam submissions, our forms are protected by anti-spam challenges that confirm the visitor is a real person and not a computer programme or spider.