Online retailer Zulily is recalling about 450 girls' pajama sets that don't meet U.S. government flammability standards as a precaution because they pose a risk of burn injuries, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
The recall includes six styles of Lilli Lovebird two-piece, long-sleeve, striped pajama sets sold in sizes four through 12. The pajama sets, made in Mauritius, were sold on Zulily.com in November and December for about $25 each.
No injuries have been reported, the CPSC said. Consumers should immediately stop use of the product and contact Zulily for a full refund.
Zulily was acquired in October by Liberty Interactive Corp, the parent of home-shopping network QVC, ending the online retailer's nearly two-year run as a publicly listed company. Zulily was a pioneer among online retailers that aim to replicate the frenzy of designer sample sales by offering goods at deep discounts in sessions that can last just hours. Founded as a retailer of toys and children's clothes, Zulily expanded into adult apparel and home goods.
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