Over 4,500 Hallmark Candles Are Being Recalled—Make Sure You’re Not Gifting One

updated Dec 23, 2019
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With so many options out there, you’re most likely gifting someone a candle this holiday season (or at least have thought about it). But you’re going to want to make sure they aren’t these Hallmark Frosted Balsam soy blend jar candles, since the company officially issued a recall on Friday. 

About 4,500 of these candles are being recalled after Hallmark received reports that the glass was breaking after the candles were lit, according to Consumer Product Safety Commission. There are currently six reported incidents of the glass jars shattering, causing fire damage to nearby items, but luckily no injuries.

The candles were being sold exclusively at Norman’s Hallmark stores in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Anyone who purchased these candles between September 2019 and December 2019 should immediately stop using them and make returns for a full refund of $28. Additionally, customers who make the return will receive a $10 Hallmark Gold Crown gift card.

These frosted balsam candles are about 5 inches high and 4.5 inches in diameter, coming in a green color with three wicks and has a metal top. The candle’s front label has a pine cone covered in snow.

If you’re still unsure of whether you have the recalled candle, feel free to call Hallmark at 800-425-5627 with any questions or how to return the products.