Hundreds of thousands of glitter iPhone cases recalled after causing burns

The CPSC announced the recall, which affects approximately 263,000 units.

"MixBin electronics distributed liquid glitter iPhone cases for the iPhone 6, 6s and 7. These are being recalled because they can leak liquid and glitter and cause skin irritation and burns to consumers," Patty Davis, a spokesperson for the CPSC told ABC News.

Twenty-four people worldwide, including 19 in the U.S., have reported skin irritation or chemical burns from the cases, according to the CPSC.

"One person reported some permanent scarring, another reporting burns and swelling to her face, leg and other body parts," Davis said.

"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," Davis added.

MixBin Electronics and the retailers selling the phone cases did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.

Model numbers, descriptions and photos of the cases being recalled are available at the CPSC website.