Cyclosporin and azathioprine are immunosuppressive drugs, used widely in kidney transplant patients. A significant association between immunosuppressive therapy and multiple warts was described several years ago. There are also some reports of sebaceous gland hyperplasia in kidney transplant patients receiving cyclosporin. We report herein a 57-year-old woman who developed multiple warts on her hands and feet, lower lid syringomas, sebaceous gland hyperplasia of forehead and multiple mucosal irritation fibromas on tongue after kidney transplantation and a long course of treatment with oral cyclosporin, azathioprine and prednisolone since 6 years ago.