Lifestyle Home Candle Scandal: 31,000 Yankee Candles Recalled After a Dangerous Discovery The Massachusetts-based manufacturer was forced to refund customers who bought a dangerous product By Megan Stein Updated on December 12, 2016 04:42 PM Share Tweet Pin Email The safest bet for a last-minute hostess gift may have a hidden danger. Yankee Candle Company, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, has announced a voluntary recall of six products in their Luminous Candle Collection following reports of the glass cracking. “We have recently received consumer feedback regarding our new Luminous Collection candles which has indicated that when the candle is lit, the glass jar may crack, posing a possible laceration hazard,” a statement on YankeeCandle.com reads. “Out of an abundance of caution and a firm commitment to safety, we have decided to request the immediate return of all Luminous Collection candles.” Christmas Trees 101: How Not to Burn Down Your Holiday Centerpiece WATCH THIS: Here’s Why You Should Water Your Tree This Holiday Season Samsung Recalls 2.8 Million Top-Load Washing Machines After Reports of Explosions The company received 16 reports of the square-shape vessel breaking since September 2016, however no injuries have been reported. A full refund is being offered for consumers, as well as one free candle of the buyer’s choice. To check if you picked up one of the possibly hazardous products — which comes in scents like “Sea Salt and Coral” and “Cinnamon and Cedar” — check the item number on the bottom of the candle and see if it appears on the full list here.