Deadline for withdrawal
The Consumer has a period of fourteen days to withdraw from the contract without having to provide any reason.

The aforementioned term starts:
a) if a service is offered from the day of the conclusion of the contract
b) in the case of sale of a product, from the day on which the Consumer or a third party, other than the carrier and designated by the Consumer, acquires physical possession of the goods or:
• in the case of multiple goods ordered by the Consumer through a single order and delivered separately, from the day on which the Consumer or a third party, other than the carrier and designated by the Consumer, acquires physical possession of the last good;
• in the case of delivery of an asset consisting of lots or multiple pieces, from the day on which the Consumer or a third party, other than the carrier and designated by the Consumer, acquires physical possession of the last lot or piece;
• in the case of contracts for the periodic delivery of goods during a certain period of time, from the day on which the Consumer or a third party, other than the carrier and designated by the Consumer, acquires physical possession of the first asset.

Obligations of the pharmacy The pharmacy, following the withdrawal of the consumer:

<br>• immediately communicates to the Consumer a confirmation of receipt, on a durable medium, of the Withdrawal exercised;
• reimburses the same all payments received, not including delivery costs, without undue delay and in any case within fourteen days from the day of the communication of the Right of Withdrawal.
• the pharmacy reimburses using the same payment method used by the consumer, unless otherwise agreed after payment.

Obligations for the Consumer
The shipping costs for the return of the products received must be paid by the Consumer, which must be shipped within fourteen days from the date on which he communicated his decision to withdraw from the contract (the deadline is respected if the Consumer returns the goods before the expiry of the fourteen day period).
The substantial integrity of the asset is an essential condition for exercising the right of withdrawal. The Product must therefore be kept with normal diligence and returned intact, complete in all its parts, fully functional and free of signs of wear or dirt.

Exceptions to the Right of Withdrawal - products for which the application of the Right of Withdrawal is excluded
The right of withdrawal cannot be exercised:
a) in case of purchase of medicines and medical devices

b) supply of food, drinks or other goods intended for current consumption in the family and physically supplied by a professional in frequent and regular rounds to the consumer's home, residence or workplace
c) in the case of purchases of less than 50 euros (unless the total consideration that the Consumer must pay regardless of the amount of the individual contracts exceeds 50 euros);
d) in the case of a contract for a service after the complete provision of the service if the execution of the contract began with the express agreement of the Consumer;
e) in case of supply of goods made to measure or clearly personalized;
f) in the event of the supply of goods which are liable to deteriorate or expire rapidly;
g) in the case of the supply of sealed goods that do not lend themselves to be returned for reasons of hygiene or connected to the protection of health and have been opened after delivery;
h) in case of supply of goods which after delivery are by their nature inseparably mixed with other ben.

In the event of a lack of conformity, or delivery of goods that present defects or defects or are different from that provided in the sales contract, i.e. unsuitable for the use for which a good of the same is usually used
type, which differs from the description published on the site or which does not manifest the promised qualities, the provisions of the Legal Guarantee as per articles 128 and following of Legislative Decree 205/2006 (Consumer Code).
Any breakdowns or malfunctions caused by accidental events or by Customer's liability or by a use of the product not in accordance with its intended use and / or as foreseen in the technical documentation attached to the product are excluded from the scope of the Legal Guarantee.
The pharmacy is responsible when the lack of conformity occurs within two years from the delivery of the goods, unless a conventional guarantee is provided after this deadline. In the case of the sale of used goods, the guarantee referred to in the previous paragraph may be limited to a period of time in any case
not less than one year.
The Consumer is obliged to report the defect or defect to me quickly within two months of discovery (unless the sector has recognized or concealed the existence of the defect).
It is assumed that the defects of conformity that occur within six months of delivery of the goods already existed on that date, unless this hypothesis is incompatible with the nature of the asset or with the nature of the defect of
The direct action to assert defects not maliciously concealed by the seller is prescribed within twenty-six months from the delivery of the goods (the Consumer who is agreed for the execution of the contract can nevertheless always assert the rights referred to in this article provided that the lack of conformity has been reported within two months of discovery and before the expiry of the two years from delivery).
In the event of a lack of conformity, the Consumer can request, at no cost (including shipping), the restoration by repair or replacement, at his choice, unless the remedy is objectively impossible or excessively expensive compared to the other.
The above remedy is to be considered excessively expensive if it imposes unreasonable costs on the store compared to the other, taking into account:
a) the value that the asset would have if there were no lack of conformity;
b) the extent of the lack of conformity;
c) the possibility that the alternative remedy can be tried without significant inconvenience for the Consumer.
Repairs or replacements will be carried out within a reasonable time from the request and must not cause significant inconvenience to the Consumer, taking into account the nature of the goods and the purpose for which it was purchased.
The Consumer can request, at his choice, an appropriate price reduction or the termination of the contract if one of the following situations occurs:
a) repair and replacement are impossible or excessively expensive;
b) the seller did not replace within a reasonable time;
c) the replacement or repair previously carried out has caused significant inconvenience to the Consumer.
The use of the asset is taken into account when determining the amount of the reduction or the amount to be returned.
After reporting the lack of conformity, the seller can offer the consumer any other available remedy, with the following effects:
a) if the Consumer has already requested a specific remedy, the seller remains obliged to implement it, with the necessary consequences regarding the commencement of the appropriate term for repairs or replacements, unless the Consumer accepts the proposed alternative remedy;
b) if the Consumer has not already requested a specific remedy, the Consumer must accept the proposal or reject it by choosing another remedy pursuant to this article.
A slight lack of conformity, for which it has not been possible or is excessively burdensome to carry out the remedies of repair or replacement, does not give the right to terminate the contract.
The Legal Guarantee is limited to purchases made by Consumers. As regards subjects other than Consumers, the provisions of the Consumer Code apply to Articles 1490 et seq.

Conventional Manufacturer Warranty
The products sold on the Site may, depending on their nature, be covered by a conventional warranty issued by the manufacturer ("Conventional Warranty"). The customer can only enforce this guarantee against the manufacturer. The duration, the extension, also territorial, the conditions and methods of use, the types of damage / defects covered and any limitations of the Conventional Warranty depend on the individual manufacturer and are indicated in the so-called warranty certificate contained in the product packaging. The Conventional Guarantee is voluntary in nature and does not add, replace, limit or prejudice or exclude the Legal Guarantee.