Some 275,000 mobile phone cases sold by several popular fashion brands, including Victoria's Secret, Nordstrom and Henri Bendel, are being recalled after causing chemical burns.
The iPhone cases all contain glitter floating in liquid on the back of the plastic case, with several different designs sold by the fashion houses.
Dozens of users have suffered blisters and burns on their face and body when the liquid leaked out of the case while they used their phones.
All that glitters...: Dozens of owners of glittery iPhone cases sold by Henri Bendel, left, and Victoria's Secret, right, among others have suffered blisters and burns when they leaked
The North American recall concerns 263,000 cases sold in the United States, 11,400 were sold in Canada and 400 in Mexico.
The cases are all made of plastic and contain glitter which floats in liquid on the back of the covers - a design which has become popular in recent months.
They were sold online and in stores nationwide at Amazon, Henri Bendel, MixBin, Nordstrom Rack, Tory Burch and Victoria’s Secret from October 2015 through June 2017, costing between $15 and $65.
The recall follows 24 reports