The treatment of hemangiomas in infancy may be associated with significant morbidity. In addition to morbidity, an objective response cannot be obtained because of the absence of targeted therapeutic options. Herein, we present an infant with a segmental hemangioma and marked glucocorticoid toxicity due to prior steroid therapy that was successfully treated with propranolol. Propranolol was tolerated well and no side effects were observed during the treatment. The only problem to occur was disease recurrence following the withdrawal of propranolol at age 13 months, which was not within the age of spontaneous regression (generally considered as >18 months).