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When it comes to great skin, time is of the essence.

At Script, we understand how hard it can be to source the right skincare advice, and find products and treatments right for you. That’s why we created this simple solution to help you diagnose your skin in minutes, and unlock its true potential.

Founded by internationally recognised and respected dermatologist, Associate Professor Greg Goodman, the Script Technology draws on decades of knowledge, and asks the right series of questions to define your skin’s unique characteristics, and match you with cosmeceutical grade products.

From pores to pigmentation, ageing to acne, whatever your concern and whatever your skin type, Script can help.

Take the test today, or speak to one of our knowledgeable practitioners.


Professor Greg Goodman AM (MBBS (Hons), GradDipClinEpi, FACD), is an internationally renowned and respected dermatologist with more than 30 years’ experience.

His areas of specialty knowledge include skin cancer, Mohs micrographic surgery (the most advanced and effective skin cancer treatment), the use of lasers in dermatology, cosmetic dermatology and the treatment of acne and acne scarring.

Goodman teaches as Professor at Monash University in Melbourne.

A member of several international editorial boards and advisory committees, he has always had a keen interest in skincare and skin therapeutics, and has published extensively on acne and acne scarring, as well as the use of muscle relaxing injections, dermal fillers and lasers.

He has lectured widely both in Australia and overseas on the nature of skin ageing, and has designed software applications to assess this and optimise treatment for individuals.

The Script Skincare Technology was created by Prof Goodman to enable all of us to better understand our skin type and concerns, and access cosmeceutical grade products that work.

In 2021 Professor Goodman was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) – For significant service to Medicine, to skin and cancer research, and to education.

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