Please read the following information prior to exploring the DHI site. The information contained within the site is for general information. It is essential that you agree with the terms and conditions in full prior to using the site. By accessing any of our services you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions.
Licence to use the website
Unless otherwise specified DHI/DHI Global owns the intellectual property rights for the website and the material contained within the website.
You may view the material, download it for your own personal use and print pages for personal use, subject to the limitations below.
You must not:
- Republish direct material from the site
- Sell information from the site
- Display any material from the website pages in public
- Reproduce any materials for commercial purposes
- Edit or modify any material from the website
- Re-distribute materials from the site
By using this site, you assume full responsibility for any risks associated with accessing and using the site. This includes contamination from computer viruses. By visiting the site you must agree not to infringe any copyrights. You are not permitted to use the material or make copies, other than for your personal use.
By placing an order you confirm that you are legally capable of entering into a binding contract and that you are at least 18 years of age.
We cannot guarantee that the site will be accessible at all times, and reserve the right to withdraw information without prior notice. Medical information and advice provided by this site is for information purposes only and does not substitute the advice and treatment of a medical practitioner. DHI may provide links to external websites. These links are for your convenience and DHI holds no liability for their content. Accessing such websites is strictly at your own risk.
Acceptable use of site
You may not use the website in any manner which may cause damage to the site, or that is in any way illegal, fraudulent or harmful. You must not use our website for any malicious computer software. You must not collect data from our website or use it for marketing purposes without our written consent.
We reserve the right to restrict access to our website at our discretion.
Although it is our endeavour to do so, we do not guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information published on this website, or that it will be kept up to date on a continuous basis.
Exclusion of liability
Nothing in these terms and conditions can limit or exclude our liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence or fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation. We will not be liable in respect of any losses arising out of any event that is beyond our reasonable control, to include but not limited to: strikes, industrial action, civil commotion, natural disasters, government restrictions and legislation.
We will not be liable in respect of any loss, or corruption of data or software that is beyond our reasonable control.
These terms and conditions are not intended for the benefit of third parties.
Breach of terms and conditions
Without prejudice to our rights, if you breach these terms and conditions we may take such actions necessary so as to remedy the breach and seek damages, including bringing court proceedings required by law. Customers must provide a valid billing address that matches the address to which their debit or credit card is registered. Failure to do so may result in the transaction being rejected by the payment provider. If an invalid address is provided. SkinStation may ask the customer to provide supporting documentation as proof of billing address, such as, a debit or credit card statement or a utility bill. Goods will be delivered to the address provided at the time of ordering. Delivery is free to the UK and Channel Islands but charges may apply for other European countries.
Internet privacy is an issue that DHI takes seriously. Please read the following DHI policy and understand what information DHI will collect about you on how they will treat that information. DHI, in compliance with the Data Protection respects your privacy rights and recognises the need for protecting and managing, in an appropriate manner, any personally identifiable material you share with us.
Having visited the DHI site we will automatically collect and temporarily store information about your computer, including your domain, host and internet address and website from which you have linked to. In some circumstances we may store the date and time you visited the site, and the duration of your visit. We may also look at the pages you have visited. We will not use any of this information to identify you, or pass any of this information on to third parties. Some of this information may be stored on your computer in the form of a “cookie” file.
Personal information that could identify you
DHI will collect data, which you provide voluntarily, including your name, postal address, e-mail, telephone number and other relevant personal details that could be used to identify you. We will not distribute or share any of this information to third parties unless mutually agreed. The information collected may be used for internal auditing and for providing you with any information that we feel may be of interest to you.
Legally required disclosure of information
We make every effort to maintain and protect the privacy of our visitors, but we may be compelled to disclose information when required to do so for legal purposes, or to protect our rights as service providers.
Third party sites
Any sites that are linked to from DHI may have different privacy policies, so it is essential to read each sites policy independently to ensure that you consent to their individual practices.
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