Scarves made in China and sold as part of Ivanka Trump's fashion line are being recalled because they are too flammable and pose a "burn risk" to consumers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday that no injuries have been reported.
The recall involves about 20,000 rayon scarves, sold from October 2014 through January 2016 in department stores and online. They range in cost from $12 to $68.
A representative for the Ivanka Trump brand, which includes clothing, accessories and fragrances, said that it is disappointed for the need for a recall but relieved action is being taken.
"We're seeing to it that this issue is fixed immediately," a spokeswoman for the Ivanka Trump collection said by email.
The CPSC said consumers should stop wearing the scarves and return them for a full refund.
Ivanka Trump's father, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has criticized companies that move manufacturing outside the U.S. and has threatened to impose steep tariffs on Chinese imports if elected. He has acknowledged, however, that some of his own products were made outside the U.S.
Trump just lost the Wisconsin primary by double digits Tuesday night, a new poll shows him with an almost 30-point lead in the next state on the map: his home state of New York.
Trump gets the support of 52 percent of likely GOP voters in the Empire State ahead of its April 19 primary, according to a Monmouth Poll released Wednesday afternoon. Ohio Gov. John Kasich comes in second with 25 percent, while Texas Sen. Ted Cruz trails at 17 percent.