Legal notices


These terms and conditions govern the sale to any non-trading natural persons of LAGOON products presented on the website by LAGOON, a limited company with a registered share capital of 3 487 500 €, listed with the Registry of Trade and Companies of Bordeaux, under the number 342 012 390, whose registered office is located at 162 quai de Brazza – CS 81217 – 33072 BORDEAUX cedex (France).

Customer service

For any information, questions or advice, please contact our customer service:


Boutique Lagoon
162 quai de Brazza
CS 81217
33072 BORDEAUX cedex

By email:

Website publisher

179 quai de Brazza
33100 Bordeaux

Web hosting

BP 438
75366 PARIS CEDEX 08, France
01 84 13 00 00
24h/24 7j/7

ONLINE SAS, a simplified joint stock company with capital of 214 410,50 Euros, a subsidiary of the Iliad Group, registered with the Trade and Companies of Paris under number RCS PARIS B 433 115 904, VAT number FR 35 433 115 904

Intellectual Property

The content on this website is protected by copyright, of which LAGOON is the owner, and covered by current legislation on intellectual property. You may not reproduce, duplicate, copy or exploit the entirety or any part of this website without the written consent of LAGOON beforehand.

Any use of the LAGOON brand and its by-products is prohibited.

Processing of private data

The data collected through the website is confidential and is used by LAGOON to process your orders online. It is only used with your consent. The processing of this data is based on the legitimate interest of the brand to manage its client and prospect relations.

LAGOON agrees to refrain from using any private data you may supply in any way that would contravene current data protection legislation.

The data collected is for the internal use of LAGOON and, in particular, by the “Communications and Marketing”.

Your data can be accessed by our subcontractors (in particular for the purpose of hosting this website). Please take note that your private data can only be transferred to third parties for the purposes set out in this privacy policy and then only with your consent. Any subcontractor acting on the instructions of SPBI is responsible for implementing appropriate protective measures to ensure the privacy of this data.

Your data will be kept:

  • For 3 years from the date of its collection, if a contract is not concluded
  • If a contract or an order is concluded, for the whole of the contractual period, then kept in intermediary archives for a period corresponding to the warranty period, to which can be added the legal limitation period applicable (see the periods set out below). Note, the limitation periods applicable are 5 years for contractual or extra-contractual civil liability lawsuits (excluding bodily injuries).
  • For 13 months from the date of the creation and storage of cookies.
In compliance with the regulations applicable to the protection of private data, you have a right to:
  • Access your data and request its rectification, erasure or portability.
  • Object to or restrict processing for legitimate reasons.
  • Send us instructions on how to make use of your data (retention, erasure, transfer to a third party, etc.) in the event of the death of the person concerned.
You can exercise your rights by writing to the following address:

Boutique Lagoon
162 quai de Brazza
CS 81217
33072 BORDEAUX cedex


You also have the right to appeal to a national data protection authority, such as the Commission Nationale de L’informatique (CNIL), in France, in the event of a breach of legislation applicable to private data and its protection, and, in particular, European Regulation No. 2016-679.


The products presented comply with current French legislation and meet the standards applicable in France.

The photos, texts and graphics illustrating the products shown are not contractual. Consequently, LAGOON cannot be held liable in the event of an error or omission in one of these photos, texts or graphics illustrating these products.

LAGOON cannot be held liable for the non-fulfilment of the contract in the event of circumstances outside of their control that would render the fulfilment of their commitments impossible. The following list of such circumstances is by no means exhaustive: stockout, unavailable products, act of God, disturbances or partial or all-out strike of services such as the postal and transport services, disruption to communications, flooding, fire, military mobilization, embargoes, insurrection, and employment or energy restrictions.