Introduction: cutis laxa syndrome is a heterogeneous group of disorders rare elastic tissue; Characterized by skin laxity associated with systemic manifestations variables. Congénital or acquired. Case report: A 4-year-old chile, the last in a family of six, from a non-consanguineous marriage. No family related cases. For hospitalized pediatric pulmonary emphysema. Addressed to: ectropion of the right lower eyelid, entropion of left lower eyelid, the conjunctiva and hypertrophied hyperhémiées. anterior segment and background of normal eye. General examination evoked facies cutis laxa. precociously senile appearance; stretchable skin mobilizing easily malformation syndrome. In our patient the multiple organ damage and the lack of familial cases are in favor of an autosomal recessive form is poor prognosis. The patient died two weeks later in an array of respiratory failure. Discussion: Cutis laxa (CL), or elastolysis, is a rare, inherited or acquired connective tissue disorder in which the skin becomes inelastic and hangs loosely in folds. The clinical presentation and the mode of inheritance show considerable heterogeneity. cutis laxa is a heterogeneous group of disorders clinically and genetically. Characterized by skin laxity, skin stretch, Results from various tissue abnormalities or acquired conjonctif.