Aroze Dermal Therapies was founded by Marnina Diprose. Marnina graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Health Science in Dermal Therapies and realised that there was a gap in the aesthetic industry for specialised services delivered by skillful practitioners.

We provide peri-operative treatments with the aim to reduce the discomfort associated with plastic and reconstructive surgery and offer solutions to reduce the appearance of your scarring.

Additionally, we provide anti-aging services and advice and education on; skin health; cosmetic chemistry; and skin care tutorials.

Aroze, verb
to awaken; wake up; move upward; ascend; come into being.

Dermal, adjective
[dur-muh l]  
of or relating to the skin. 

Therapies, noun
the treatment of disease or disorders, as by some remedial, rehabilitating, or curative process; a curative power or quality.



Marnina Diprose

BHS (dermal therapies), Voc Cert (laser and light), Dip BT


 Accepting award for 1st place of the HBIA Awards, 2014

Accepting award for 1st place of the HBIA Awards, 2014

Health Cert
Professional Certificate of Dermoscopy, Current

Victoria University
Bachelor of Health Science (Dermal Therapies), 2016

Holo Academy
Master Class Paramedical Tattoo, 2017

Chisholm Institute of Tafe
Vocational Certificate in Laser and Light, 2013

Chisholm Institute of Tafe
Diploma of Beauty Therapy, 2013

Activities & Affiliations

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Australian Society of Dermal Clinicians, Board Member

Australasian Lymphology Association, Member

Australasian Infection Control Society, Member

Look Good Feel Better, Workshop Volunteer



What is a Dermal Clinician?

Australian society of dermal clinicians

Dermal Clinicians undergo 4 years of formal education in skin biology, anatomy and physiology. They specialise in the areas of skin integrity management and non-surgical interventions to assist in acute and chronic skin conditions. As such the scope of practice for a Dermal Clinician allows them to safely and effectively assist in; optimal wound repair processes; scar management and minimisation; oedema management; and micro-pigmentation. 

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