The Small Print

Welcome to https://www.ohsolovelyhelen.com – more specifically, my blog.

DISCLAIMER

All of the products I feature on this blog are bought with my own money.  I am occasionally lucky enough to receive products & samples from brands for review purposes. If I have been gifted an item from a brand or PR agency this is disclosed at the bottom of the blog post using the term ‘gifted’. I only feature products and places that I genuinely love and would use and spend money on myself.

Please do not be offended by a rejected offer; I am always very grateful for each and every one I receive, however, I have to be selective and consider my audience.

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. All photography is either taken by myself or my husband.

Whilst I have your attention, lets talk privacy….

YOUR DATA

Data is collected in the following ways on ohsolovelyhelen.com

  • Comments left on blog posts
  • Via cookies (the bots, not chocolate chips).

When you comment on a post or follow ohsolovelyhelen.com, any personal and/or contact information provided to me will be kept private and I will not sell or disclose your information to any other companies.

I do, on occasions, include links (not affiliate) in my blog posts, that, if clicked will lead you off ohsolovelyhelen.com. I have no control once you have left my website or how your data is used there. I cannot, therefore be held responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting that site.

ohsolovelyhelen.com does not share personal information with third parties.

There is no ohsolovely newsletter so don’t worry about being spammed. However you will receive an automated notification from wordpress.com when I publish a new blog post. These automated emails do give you the option to unsubscribe and/or manage your subscriptions.

COOKIES

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This Privacy Policy was last updated in September 2018.