Privacy Policy

We would like you to know we appreciate your trust in us of using information you have shared. We are doing our best to work with it as carefully and sensibly as possible.

This Privacy Policy explains how we collect and process your personal information through BeautyBounty website.

Policy is applicable to the processing of the data of natural persons (in this policy - Data Subject or you) regardless of the form and/or environment the personal data is submitted, and what is the acquisition source of the personal data.

Taking into account that we constantly develop our activity and are improving, we may change and supplement this Privacy Policy time by time.

1. Contact information for matters related to personal data processing


2. Purposes (aims) of the personal data processing

2.1. Personal data processing for provision of the economic activity and performance of contractual obligations

2.1.2. Registered user

we shall store and process the personal data while at least one of the following criteria exists:

• until you delete the Account;

• until the storage period set out by the laws of the Egypt.

4.2. Subscription to Beauty Bounty marketing communications

Which personal data is processed by our website?

If you have explicitly consented to receive our marketing communications, including newsletters, we may, from time to time, contact you with information about our services and latest offers. For this purpose we may process your e-mail address, which you specified when you signed up for the marketing communications and information about your consent.

5. Your rights

5.1. Data Subject is entitled to request from the Controller access to his/her personal data and to receive clarifying information on what personal data about him/her is at the disposal of the Controller, for what purposes the Controller processes the personal data, the categories of the recipients of the personal data (persons to whom the personal data has been disclosed or to whom it intended to be disclosed, if the laws and regulations in the particular case permit the Controller to provide such information (for example, the Controller may not provide to the Data Subject information regarding relevant state authorities which direct the criminal proceedings, are subjects of operative activity or other institutions of which the laws and regulations prohibit to disclose the information), information concerning the period of personal data retention, or criteria used to determine the mentioned period.

5.2. If the Data Subject believes that the information at the disposal of the Controller is outdated, inaccurate or incorrect, the Data Subject is entitled to request the correction of his/her personal data.

5.3. Data Subject is entitled to request deletion of his/her personal data or to object against the processing if the person believes that the personal data is processed illegally or is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which it was collected and/or processed (by using the principle - the right “to be forgotten”).

5.4. The personal data of the Data Subject may not be deleted if personal data processing is necessary:

5.4.1. for the Controller to protect vitally essential interests of the Data Subject or another natural person, including life and health;

5.4.2. for the Controller or the third party to raise, implement or protect their legitimate (legal) interests;

5.4.3. data processing is necessary in accordance with the laws and regulations binding to the Controller.

5.5. Data Subject is entitled to request the Controller to limit the processing of the Data Subject’s personal data if one of the following circumstances exists:

5.5.1. Data Subject contests the accuracy of the personal data – for the period while the Controller can verify the accuracy of the personal data;

5.5.2. processing is illegal, and the Data Subject objects against deletion of the personal data and instead requests restriction on use of data;

5.5.3. The Controller no longer needs the data for processing; however, it is necessary to the Data Subject to raise, implement or protect legal claims;

5.5.4. Data Subject has objected against the processing while it has not been verified whether the legitimate reasons of the Controller are more important than the legitimate interests of the Data Subject.

5.6. The Controller informs the Data Subject before cancellation of the restriction on processing of the personal data of the Data Subject.

5.7. Where processing is based on consent, Data Subject are entitled to withdraw the consent given for the data processing at any time the same way that Data Subject provided it. In that case further data processing on the basis of the previous consent for the particular purpose will no longer be performed. Withdrawal of the consent does not affect data processing performed at the time when your consent was valid. Data processing performed on the grounds of other legal bases (for example, in accordance with the external laws and regulations or contract) cannot be terminated by withdrawing the consent.

5.8. Data Subject can submit a request concerning exercise of Data Subject rights:

5.8.1. in a written form in person by presenting an identification document;

5.8.2. By electronic mail, signing the letter by a secure electronic signature and sending it to the e-mail address: ;

5.8.3. by sending mail to the registered office of the Controller.

Data Subject is obligated as much as possible to clarify in their request the date, time, location, additional identifiers and other circumstances that might aid in fulfilment of their request.

5.9. If general information is required, Data Subject can submit a request by electronic mail without electronic signature.

5.10. After receipt of a written request of the Data Subject concerning exercise of their rights, the Controller shall:

5.10.1. verify the person’s identity;

5.10.2. evaluate the request and act in the following way:

• if it can ensure the request, perform it as soon as possible;

• if additional information is necessary to identify the Data Subject or to perform the request, the Controller may request additional information from the Data Subject in order to be able to perform the request correctly;

• if information has been deleted or the person requesting the information is not the Data Subject or the person cannot be identified, the Controller may reject the request.

5.11. Data Subject is entitled to submit a complaint to the Latvian Data State Inspectorate if he/she believes that the Controller has processed their personal data illegally.

6. Third-party advertisers and links to other websites

BeautyBounty website may include third-party advertising and links to other websites and apps. Third party advertising partners may collect information about you when you interact with their content, advertising, and services.

7. Children's data

BeautyBounty doesn't sell products for purchase by children. If you're under 18, you may use BeautyBounty Website only with the involvement of a parent or guardian.

8. All credit/debit cards details and personally identifiable information will NOT be stored, sold, shared, rented or leased to any third parties.

9. The Website Policies and Terms & Conditions may be changed or updated occasionally to meet the requirements and standards. Therefore the Customers’ are encouraged to frequently visit these sections in order to be updated about the changes on the website. Modifications will be effective on the day they are posted.

Delivery/Shipment Policy:

1. Beauty Bounty Deal with courier to deliver to all Egypt.

Refund & Cancellation Policy:

Refunds will be done only through the Original Mode of payment account.

Last revised on May 26, 2022.