A 2-month-old girl presented to the dermatology outpatient department with complaint of fluid filled lesions over limbs, face, trunk, and groin area of 10 days duration. The lesions initially appeared over the chest region and extended to involve limbs, palms, soles, face, abdomen, oral and genital mucosae, and scalp over the next two days. There was no history of accompanying fever, diarrhea or prior drug intake, and the child was taking feeds normally. She received first dose of DPT and hepatitis B vaccines two days prior to onset of lesions. She was a product of full term normal vaginal delivery born of a non consanguineous marriage, and there was no history of similar complaints in the family members.