More than 20 people have reported being permanently marked by a chemical burn or skin irritation due to leaking iPhone cases glistening, the Independent reported. Some of the cases were noted to be cases by Victoria Secret designer, Henri Bendel or Tory Burch brand.
“One consumer reported permanent scars from chemical burns and another consumer reported chemical burns and swelling in his leg, face, neck, chest, upper body and hands,” the US Consumer Product Safety Commission wrote in a note Of the press.
According to the report, more than 200,000 cases of this type sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico have been withdrawn after reports of blisters or burns and skin irritation when liquids that float inside these cases come in contact with the skin Due to breakage or cracking of the case.
MixBin Electronics, which manufactured such iPhone cases filled with gleaming liquid, are offering the rebate to those who bought it. We are “recalling certain styles of decorative liquid iPhone cases of gloss. Cases contain liquid and glitter that are floating in the plastic case,” says a statement on the Remembrance page of MixBin.
The affected cases were sold on Amazon.com; GetMixBin.com; Henri Bendel stores and online at henribendel.com; Shops Nordstrom Rack; Tory Burch Shops; And at Victoria’s Secret stores in the US, Canada and Mexico, and online at victoriassecret.com.
According to the BBC report, MixBin’s Liquid Glitter cases have already been removed from the UK’s Amazon site, but some of them still appear to be available on the UK eBay website.happy wheels
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