Nearly 275,000 copies of the popular liquid glitter case from MixBin Electronics are being recalled, according to CNN.
More than 24 people reportedly suffered skin irritation and chemical burns after the cases leaked onto their skin.
One of the victims allegedly suffered permanent scarring from a chemical burn, while another said she had burns and swelling on her leg, face, neck, chest, upper body and hands.
Amber Sterling, 28, took to Facebook to share her story.
“For the last day and a half, I have been smelling gas on my hands and burning when I touched my face," she said.
“It took me a good bit but I finally realised it was from my phone case! It was leaking…The fumes are strong. They burn your skin. Leaves rashes.” Amber told Seventeen that her fingers smelled of “gas [or] lighter fluid” after touching the leaking case.
Another victim, Ericka Lindsay, also posted to Facebook about the incident (See above).
Case-Mate told Seventeen that their cases contain “a safe mineral oil” and that the contents are “certified safe through an independent, third party lab.”
“If you do have these, we urge you to act quickly, get these out of your home, contact MixBin electronics, they will give you a full refund,” Patty Davis, a spokesperson for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, told ABC News.
The cases designed for the iPhone 6, 6s and 7 were sold via Amazon, Henri Bendel, Nordstrom Rack, Victoria’s Secret, Tory Burch and GetMixBin.com.