The cases, which were sold for iPhone 6, 6S, and 7 models, come in various designs, but they all have the dangerous material inside. The case are made of hard, hollow plastic. The glitter is floating inside, in a liquid medium. If the plastic cracks, the liquid may seep out, causing chemical burns.
Are Glitter cases safe?
— — The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Monday that certain models of the popular liquid glitter iPhone cases from MixBin electronics are being recalled because the liquid and glitter in the cases can leak, causing skin irritation and burns.
Can glitter phone cases burn you?
In short, as seen with the MixBin glitter cases, specific models have the potential to burn consumers if they leak and the liquid seeps out.
What do they put in glitter phone cases?
Case-Mate told Seventeen.com, however, that “Waterfall cases contain a safe mineral oil that creates the dynamic floating effect of the glitter. The contents are certified safe through an independent, third-party lab.”