Syringomas are benign adnexal tumors deriving from eccrine sweat ducts, that affect 1% of general population. Theypresent with a female predominance and associated with Down's syndrome. Syringomas are classified into four clinicalvariants, the localized form is the most frequent. Clinically, the appear as multiple, small, firm, skin-colored andasymptomatic papules, usually distributed in the periorbital area. Skin biopsy show benign proliferation of multipleeccrine ducts embedded in fibrotic stroma of the upper dermis. We present a case of a 20-year-old man with Down'ssyndrome with multiple papules resembling eruptive syringomas. We review reported clinical and histopathologicalfindings of eruptive syringomas and discuss differential diagnosis as well as treatment options.