Product recalls can always be scary but when they involve children it's always worth taking note of what and why.

The company Skims has these very snazzy pajama sets but are asking you to return them and/or destroy them with proof and they'll get you a refund.

This product recall is being issued straight from United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Reason being is they may cause burns. Not that they'll combust or anything, they didn't quite pass the burn test.

They mention around 1,200 sets of these pajamas as well as a few (23) in Canada were shipped so if you happen to know anyone who may have grabbed these, best to let them know.

These would be from pajamas purchased direct from Skims.

The children’s pajama sets fail to meet the flammability regulations for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.

What Pajamas are Being Recalled

The pajamas Skims have issued the recall for are for four different color sets of their two-piece children's pajama sets.
Blue Plaid
Multi-colored Plaid
Green and Black Plaid
Black and Burgundy Plaid

This recall involves SKIMS fleece children’s pajama sets. The two-piece, button-up pajamas have long sleeves and wide-legged pants. They were sold in blue and black, multi-colored, green and black (cypress), and burgundy and black (wine) plaid patterns, and in sizes 2T, 3T, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10. “SKIMS”, the size, and “Made in Philippines” are printed on the neck label. The side seam label lists the size, fiber content, washing instructions, “Made in Philippines”, and “RN158973”.

If any of these fit the description of what you ordered, they ask you follow the instructions on the website.

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