In the last couple of weeks, there have been plenty of reported incidences of people getting burned by a glitter case: if you don't know what a glitter case is, it's an iPhone case filled with a liquid solution that's typically mixed with colored glitter, rhinestones, beads, etc.
While these cases are beautiful to look at and make good accessories for your iPhone, people have started reporting that the unknown liquid used in the cases has started to leak and cause pretty severe, graphic chemical burns on people's bare skin.
Companies have started making recalls, but we have to ask: have you been affected at all?
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