Terms of Use

Terms and Conditions

This website can be accessed at www.cawoodclinic.com and is owned and operated by Dr Barbara Cawood Incorporated, called Cawood Medical Clinic. These Website Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) govern the ordering, sale and delivery of Goods, and the use of the Website.

They are binding and enforceable against every person that accesses or uses this Website including without limitation each user who registers as contemplated below (“registered user”). By using the Website and by clicking on the

Register Now” button on the Website, as may be applicable, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

The Website enables you to shop online for an extensive range of healthy related products. Given there is any provision in these Terms and Conditions that you do not understand, it is your responsibility to ask Cawood Medical Clinic to explain it to you before you accept the Terms and Conditions or continue using the Website.

Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended or must be understood to unlawfully restrict, limit or avoid any right or obligation, as the case may be, created for either you or Cawood Medical Clinic

Cawood Medical Clinic permits the use of this Website subject to the Terms and Conditions. By using this Website in any way, you shall be deemed to have accepted all the Terms and Conditions unconditionally. You must not use this Website if you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions.

Transactional Currency

Every transaction on this website, shopping online platform is to be done using South African rand which is symbolized as (ZAR).

Cancellation Policy

If you received your order confirmation but not yet paid for your order, then you can request a cancellation here. If you have paid already, your order can’t be cancelled and your items can only be returned to us after they’ve been delivered.

Regulation Laws (RSA)

Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002 (Act 25 of 2002);

Consumer Protection Act 2008 (Act 68 of 2008)

Protection of Personal Information Act 2013 (Act 4 of 2013) also play a key role in governing ecommerce