More than a quarter-million of those eye-catching, glitter-filled iPhone cases are being recalled because they might burn your skin – and in one case there's even been permanent scarring.
The cases were made by the New Jersey-based MixBin for the iPhone 6, 6s and 7. All of them contain some type of glitter that floats around in a liquid. They were manufactured in China.
Why the cases are being recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says it's gotten 24 reports worldwide of skin irritation or chemical burns because the liquid and glitter can leak out of the case.
In one instance, someone suffered permanent scarring from a burn, and another had swelling in her leg, face, neck, chest, upper body and hands.
Where the cases were sold
More than half of the 24 case models being recalled (16, to be exact) were sold at Victoria's Secret.
A couple were sold on Amazon, two others were from Nordstrom Rack, with the rest from Henri Bendel or Tory Burch.
You can see the full list on the recall page.
When the cases were sold
About 263,000 were sold in the U.S. between October of 2015 and June of 2017. (another 11,400 were sold in Canada, and 400 were purchased in Mexico.)
The cases cost anywhere from $15 to $65.
What to do if you have one
First, get it away from your phone/skin/anyone and anything you care about.
Second, get a hold of MixBin to get a full refund. You can call them at 855-215-4935 during weekday business hours, or check out their online recall page.
The recall page has the names and UPC codes of all the affected cases, which you should check if you have one that might be recalled.