Legal Notices

Editor

Pierre Fabre S.A
Incorporated as a French limited company with registered capital of €272,367,035
Listed with the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés (RCS) in Paris under the number B 662.006.170 12
Avenue Hoche 75008
Paris
FRANCE

Tel: +33 (0)5 63.62.38.50

Editorial Director

Marc Alias

Webmaster

To contact the webmaster, click HERE

Host

CIS VALLEY
Société Anonyme Simplifiée au capital de 2 500 000 Euros
immatriculée au RCS de BORDEAUX sous le numéro B 410 100 747
Chemin de l’Hermite BP 70081
33523 BRUGES
FRANCE

The present general conditions determine the conditions of use of the “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” website which users are deemed tacitly to have accepted simply by visiting the site. If you do not wish to accept these conditions, we request that you leave the site at once. If you are legally a minor in the state in which you reside, you undertake to consult this site only in the presence of your parents or a tutor who must have previously accepted the present conditions. These conditions may be modified at any time without prior notice.

 

Aim of the site

This site has been created to provide information about the firm, namely our organizational structure, research activities, human resources policy, facilities, advertising and history. The content of the “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” website shall not be considered as having contractual value.

Public communication in regard of drugs is subject to specific regulation; the information provided on this site may not be construed as offering a medical opinion or considered as a substitute for consultation with a health professional.

Equally, the information on this site may not be construed to recommend the use of drug products without the advice of a doctor.

 

Guarantee

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” undertakes to ensure that the content of this site complies with the legal provisions currently in force. They undertake especially not to distribute content that is in violation of the rights of third parties, as being of a violent, pornographic or defamatory character and not to distribute content that is illicit, and in particular racist, xenophobic, pedophiliac or otherwise detrimental to human dignity.

However, “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” does not guarantee that the information contained on this site is accurate, up to date or complete.

 

Liability

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” shall not be liable for:

  • damage or injury resulting directly or indirectly from the consultation of this site or from the use of information available on the site;
  • direct or indirect harm resulting from the use of the site, and especially for any adverse operating, financial or trading effects or any loss of programs or data in information systems, even where “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” may have prior information as to the potential for such harm.

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” shall assume no liability in relation to links with other sites, which are supplied for information purposes only. Any link from this site to another other site is considered to be accessed under the sole responsibility of the user. “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” shall not be held responsible for the information available on these other sites and shall assume no liability in relation to their content.

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” may not be held responsible for any hyperlinks that lead to this site. The creation by a third party of any hyperlink leading to this site or to any of the pages on this site shall require the prior agreement of “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre.”

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” reserves the right to demand the removal of any such link.

“Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” reserves the right, as considered necessary, to modify or suspend temporarily or permanently, all or part of this site, without prior notice or indemnity of any kind whatsoever. “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” may under no circumstances be considered liable to the user or to any third party for any modification, interruption or suspension of this site.

 

Intellectual property rights

All the images and texts available on this site, together with all the product or brand names mentioned, are the exclusive property of “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” or of their subsidiaries or are held by them under license.

Information available on this site may only be downloaded, posted or printed for private use, that is to say for non-commercial purposes, without any modification being made to declarations regarding intellectual property rights and in taking care to reproduce the following statement on each copy made: “This document is derived from the ”Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” website (http://www.pierre-fabre.com/en). All rights of reproduction are reserved”.

Using information from the website in any other manner than that indicated above is prohibited without the prior written authorization of “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre.”

 

Protection of personal data

No personal data is collected without your knowledge. “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” may sometimes collect anonymous data, such as data concerning searches that are performed. This data is used only for statistical purposes.

However, you may sometimes be asked to communicate personal information. Such information may not be transmitted to any third party without your prior authorization.

As provided for in the French statute of January 6, 1978 concerning information technology and data protection, you also have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you by contacting the editor of the site.

As the Internet is an open network, “Laboratoires Pierre Fabre” cannot guarantee that this data will not be diverted by a third party.

 

Cookies and other connection tracers

A “cookie” is a small computer program representing a block of digital data sent to your browser from a web server and stored on the hard drive of your computer, your tablet or your phone (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Equipment”).

For the purposes of this section, the term “cookies” refers to any technology covered by Article 32-II of the Act of 6 January 1978, amended.

Certain “cookies” may contain private information designed to recognize you as a physical user and/or identify your Equipment. They allow the Website to identify the parts of our business which you are interested in, and thus to provide you with content aimed at matching your interests. We remind you that in this regard the retention duration of information recorded by “cookies” in your Equipment may not exceed 13 months.

The Website uses “cookies” in order, notably, to compile statistics (e.g. estimated number of visits to the Website, geographical areas where Users are located), to improve the functioning of the Website and your browsing (e.g. favoring or developing the optimization of our Website for a given browser and a given display-color type) and to aid in safe browsing, notably in combating fraud and junk mail.

Third party “cookies” are liable to be installed on your Equipment and are designed to personalize and/or improve content, including advertising, which can be used during your browsing. Depending on the media, various third party “cookies” are liable to be installed, including:

  • The “cookies” from social networks may be installed on your Equipment when you visit one of our pages on which content from social networks are published. We invite you to read the management policy for such “cookies” on the social networking sites of the social networks concerned.
  • Flash® “cookies” are files stored by Flash® software that is installed to view dynamic objects, such as animated graphics or videos. Thus Flash® “cookies” may be installed on using the Flash® application. We invite you to read the management policy for such Flash® “cookies” on the website of the company that publishes this software.
  • Targeting “cookies”, defined by a third party such as an advertiser, which can be used to deliver publicity that better suits you or targets your interests. For example, you may be presented with advertisements for our products when you visit other websites. They can also be used to limit the number of views of an advertisement and help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. These “cookies” are also used to track your movements on different websites.

In addition, we may place our “cookies” on media belonging to third parties with whom we are partners, disseminating advertisements for our brands and/or products. These “cookies” are primarily intended to present content tailored to your areas of interest and to keep an account of the consultation of our content (including advertising).

By continuing your visit to our Website, you agree that we may use “cookies” in accordance with the terms described in this section.

Internet browsers are usually configured to accept “cookies”. You can of course object to their presence and reject or delete them. To this end, it is possible for you to remove them from your Equipment by viewing the help page of the browser you are using, or by rejecting “cookies” by deactivating this feature in your browser.

To change these settings, go to the “Options” or “Preferences” menu of your browser. The following links, for the most common browsers, may be useful for learning more about these settings. Otherwise, please use the “Help” section of your browser for more details.

Cookie settings for Internet Explorer
Cookie settings for Firefox
Cookie settings for Google Chrome
Cookie settings for Safari and iOS

Methods for deactivating “Cookies” are detailed on the website of the French Data Protection Authority (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – CNIL), in its section on “cookies and other connection tracers” available at the following address: http://www.cnil.fr

Remember that if you use different Equipment in different locations you will need to ensure that each browser is set to your preferences for cookies.

You can always change your choice regarding acceptance or rejection of our “cookies”.

Please note that if you disable “cookies”, some contents of the Website will be inaccessible and you will not be able to access all of the features of this Website.

 

Applicable law & jurisdiction

The present general conditions are subject to French law. Failing amicable settlement, the French courts shall have jurisdiction to settle any dispute relative to non-compliance with the present terms.

Credits

Conception, design, creation

  • Conception, design, creation: PatteBlanche Agency – www.patte-blanche.com
  • Editorial content: Laboratoires Pierre Fabre
  • Translation: Raptrad Imagine
  • Photographs: Laboratoires Pierre Fabre, Fotolia, Sipa, Vent d’Autan, Shutterstock, Thinkstock