Bloom’s syndrome (BS) is a rare, autosomal recessive disease characterized by short stature, erythematous skin lesions with photosensitivity, hypo- and hyperpigmentation and recurrent bacterial infections due to immune deficiency. We report a 13-year old girl with erythema and telangiectasia in butterfly distribution on face, photosensitivity, multiple café au lait spots on trunk and extremities, short stature, characteristic faces consisting of a narrow prominent nose, relatively hypoplastic malar areas and receding chin with a long narrow head, and a history of recurrent otitis media. Her history and clinical features were compatible with BS.