More than 185,000 lululemon shirts, jackets and hoodies are being recalled in Canada because of a problem with the drawstrings.
Health Canada says the elastic draw cords around the neck have hard plastic and metal tips.
If you accidentally pull them, they can snap and hurt your face.
So far, the agency has received reports of five injuries in Canada, and another in the U.S.
Another 133,000 of the products have been recalled south of the border, for a total of more than 300,000 items.
Health Canada says you should stop wearing the tops or contact lululemon to request a new, non-elastic draw cord with written instructions on how to replace it.
You can also contact the yogawear retailer’s at (877) 263-9300, by email or on its website.
The recall notice from Health Canada can be viewed here.