This Website,, is published and operated by Marie Claire Album, a French limited liability company (‘société anonyme’) with a board of directors and with share capital of 4,347,640 euros. This company is registered on the Nanterre Trade and Companies Register under number B 552 062 770 and is located at 10 boulevard des Frères Voisins, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France. Its intracommunity VAT number is FR 405 520 627 70. You may contact us by telephone on +33 (0)1 41 46 88 88, or by email at [email protected] The head of publishing is Mr Arnaud de Contades. This Website is hosted by Ecritel, a company located at 19 rue Alphonse de Neuville, 75017 Paris, France. Telephone: +33 (0)1 40 61 20 00.



The purpose of this Website is to provide internet users with editorial content about wellbeing.

By using this Website, you are deemed to have read and accepted these terms and conditions of use for the Website.



This Website may only be accessed by competent individuals of legal adult age or with proof of authorization from their legal representatives, or by minors with proof of authorization from their legal representatives.

MCA reserves the right to deny or restrict access to all or part of the Website to any user who fails to comply with these terms and conditions of use.



It is technically impossible to provide a fault-free Website and such faults may lead to temporary unavailability of the Website. Operation of the Website may be adversely affected by events and/or factors beyond our control, including transmission and communication links between us and you, and between us and other networks. We and/or our suppliers may at any time modify, suspend or terminate all or part of the Website to perform maintenance operations and/or to make improvements and/or changes to the Website. We shall inform you, if possible, of each change or interruption to the services available on the Website. We cannot be held liable for any change, suspension or interruption to the Website.



MCA publishes the articles posted on the Website, including substantive content and photographs. As such, MCA hereby states that it owns the copyright and all other intellectual and industrial property rights pertaining to the aforementioned content, and that it is responsible for this content.

However, MCA provides Oréal Paris with advertising space and has no involvement whatsoever with the content which is published therein and which it hosts on the Website. With regard to this advertising space, MCA acts as a hosting provider within the meaning of article 6-I-2 of the French law of June 21st 2004 regarding confidence in the digital economy (referred to as ‘LCEN’). Accordingly, MCA, in its capacity as hosting provider, undertakes to promptly remove any clearly unlawful content appearing on the Website as soon as it becomes aware of such content.

Notification of clearly unlawful content may be made by email to the address [email protected] or by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt in the form stipulated by article 6-I-5 of the French law of June 21st 2004.



As stated above, goods and services offered by a third party (“Third-Party Products”) are presented on the Website via advertising links to the third-party site where you can choose to purchase any goods or services offered for sale. If you choose to purchase Third-Party Products, the contract governing such purchases will be made between you and the relevant third party and will be subject to the terms and conditions that you agreed with this third party in respect of the purchase of the corresponding product(s) or service(s). You acknowledge that you are responsible for obtaining and agreeing to these terms and conditions with the relevant supplier, that you are solely responsible for assessing the quality of the Third-Party Products and their suitability for your requirements, and that we cannot be held liable for any transactions that you enter into with a third party. We do not guarantee the security of any information you may be required to disclose to third parties in the course of your dealings with them (in particular your personal information and credit card details).



The Website and each of its components (e.g. sitemap, brands, graphics, texts and photographs) are subject to French and international laws, in particular those pertaining to copyright, databases and intellectual property.

All brands mentioned are the property of their respective owners. You will be held liable for any reproduction, representation, publication, transmission or, more generally, any unauthorized use of the Website and/or of its components, and legal proceedings may be brought, particularly for copyright infringement.

Furthermore, MCA expressly prohibits:

1. Extraction, by permanent or temporary transfer, of all or a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial proportion of the contents of the Website onto another medium, by any means and in any form whatsoever;

2. Reuse, by making available to the public all or a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial proportion of the contents of the Website, in any form whatsoever;

3. Extraction or repeated and systematic reuse of qualitatively or quantitatively non-substantial parts of the contents of the Website when such operations clearly go beyond the normal conditions of use of the Website.

Any link to this Website requires prior consent from MCA.



Whilst we take all reasonable care to ensure that the information we provide is up-to-date and accurate, we cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or consequences that may arise from the improper use of this information. We reserve the right to correct any such errors as soon as they are brought to our attention and, more generally, at all times and without prior notice, to modify all or part of the Website as well as its terms and conditions of use, declining all and any liability for doing so.

The downloading of any materials (e.g. documents, files and applications) while using the service shall be at your own risk. You will be solely responsible for any damage suffered by your computer or any loss of data resulting from such downloads.

More generally, MCA declines all liability in the event of direct and/or indirect damage resulting from the use of this Website.



We advise you to read our confidentiality policy and our cookie management policy by clicking on the following links:,cookie-usage-policy,80.asp,privacy-policy,223.asp



No statement or document can create an obligation that is not included in these terms and conditions of use, unless incorporated into a new agreement between the Parties.

The fact that one of the Parties may not have required the application of a clause in these terms and conditions of use, whether permanently or temporarily, shall under no circumstances be regarded as a waiver of that clause.

In the event of a difficulty in interpretation arising between any of the headings above the clauses and any of the clauses themselves, the headings will be deemed non-existent.

If any provision of these terms and conditions of use were to be declared null and void under a statute or regulation in force and/or a decision from a court having authority, it shall be deemed unwritten but will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions which shall remain fully applicable.

These terms and conditions of use are subject to French law.