In the past Granuloma gluteale infantum (GGI) is identified as vegetating bromidism or vegetating potassium bromide toxic dermatitis. It is a rare skin disarray of contentious etiology described by reddish purple, oval granulomatous nodules on the gluteal surfaces and for the infant in groin areas. Lesions can be seen in intertriginous areas such as neck, axilla too. In 1891, and, in 1962, same eruption have been explained as vegetating bromidism because the use of bromide ointment. Same granulomas have been famous in adults who are limited to bed. These situations are referred to granuloma gluteale adultorum as well as diaper area granuloma of the aged.