CANN Nurses. Top row from left – Linda Gormly, Michelle Ordener, Chris Haimes, Stacey Power

Bottom row from left – Deb Barnham, Beth Cardale, Lianne Dunismuir, Rebecca Burman

CANN-Cosmetic Appearance Nurses of New Zealand

Representing NZ’s cosmetic appearance nursing professionals

CANN was founded in 2016 by leading Cosmetic Appearance nurses and trainers in NZ and has grown from strength to strength.

CANN nurses are all professionally qualified and trained and follow CANN’s “ best practice standards”developed by nurses and nurse educators with many years experience in the cosmetic appearanceindustry. Our network of cosmetic nursing professionals allows us to share the latest knowledge, training, and techniques to ensure the highest levels of patient care and safety. To check if your nurse isa member of CANN, head to our nurse directory.

CANN injectors follow the highest standards of practice in cosmetic injectables. To be a member and accredited nurses must have the highest levels of education, safety standards, and undergo auditing. This ensures the best outcomes and safer treatments for clients.

CANN Members follow the Medical Council of New Zealand Statements:

MCNZ Statement on Cosmetic procedures:

MCNZ Statement on Advertising:

Why choose a CANN nurse for your Cosmetic treatments?

Our network brings together experienced, well-trained nursing professionals dedicated to providing safe and effective cosmetic treatments for our patients. CANN is the only official network in NZ for cosmetic appearance nurses. When you choose a CANN nurse you know you are getting a professional, competent practitioner with up-to-date knowledge and skills in cosmetic appearance treatments.

To find a CANN nurse in your area:


CANN has a dual role:

To provide services and support to all of its Members

To promote and support patient safety in the area of Non-Surgical Aesthetic Treatments

What Is CANN

CANN Committee Members

Stacey Power

CANN Steering Committee Member

Stacey Power is a Registered Aesthetic Nurse with Advanced Certificates and is a national trainer in Platelet-Rich Plasma. Stacey was also a National Trainer for dermal fillers in New Zealand and Botulinum Toxins for 5 years. You can contact Stacey at her Beautiphi Clinic in Parnell, Auckland or Bridge St, Nelson

Rebecca Burman

CANN Steering Committee Member

NZ Registered Cosmetic Nurse Rebecca has been a Registered Nurse for over 13 years, with experience working in a range of specialties, including Public Surgical Nursing, Private Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, and Dermatology. Her experience in these specialties led her to Cosmetic Medicine, where she is able to combine her artistic eye and appreciation for facial aesthetics with her advanced knowledge of facial anatomy and skin.

For the past 6 years, she has specialised solely in Cosmetic Medicine and frequently attends Conferences and Master Classes in New Zealand, Australia, Europe and Asia. This brings the latest techniques and treatments from around the world to her clinical practice.

Rebecca is highly experienced and skilled and offers the most advanced facial rejuvenation treatments. She is a Clinical & Product Trainer to Doctors and Nurses in both NZ and Australia for the distributor of MINT® PDO thread lift products. And for Teoxane of Switzerland who manufactures premium Swiss dermal filler products -Teosyal® which is used exclusively in her clinic.

Marie Guerin

CANN Steering Committee Member

Marie is a RN, who has been working in cosmetic medicine since 1997 and has extensive experience in injectables, laser, IPL, HiFU, Cryopolysis and advanced skin treatments

She has previous nursing experience in Oncology, Haematology, General Practice and Sculptra clinical training with Sanofi Aventis.

Apart from her busy Wellington Clinic, Marie is also contracted to Galderma to provide clinical training in the use of dermal fillers and botulinum toxin.

You can contact Marie at her clinic, Accent on Skin in Wellington


Brandy Wehinger

CANN Steering Committee Member

Brandy loves seeing the positive impact that aesthetic healthcare can have on client self-confidence, which is why she is passionate about training highly professional and skilled nurses. As a National Clinical Educator for Caci, she is involved in training of clinical treatments and for helping support franchisees throughout New Zealand. Brandy is also proud to be part of FabLab, Caci’s research and development group.

Brandy regards Appearance Medicine as both art and science, a blending of aesthetics with clinical knowledge and medicine. She is passionate about helping clients with age-related concerns, as well as those wanting to glamourize their appearance.

You can contact Brandy through Caci Clinics, Auckland

Sue Lee

CANN Steering Committee Member

Sue graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing degree in 2009 and went on to complete her NETP (Nursing Entry to Practice) Programme at SDHB and now studying a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Research.

She has five years experience in neuroscience nursing (Neurosurgery & Neurology), including max-fax, ophthalmology, ENT and HDU (Hight Dependency Unit) in Dunedin Public hospital. Last 5 years Sue has been working as a wound care nurse for SDHB and a vascular clinical research nurse coordinator for University of Otago. She is a member of NZWCS (New Zealand Wound Care Society) and a committee member of Southern Wound Healing Group.

More recently Sue decided to follow her sisters footstep to combine her eye for aesthetics and love for helping others being the best version of themselves. Sue believes in a holistic approach to beauty and wellness while prioritising clients trust building to obtain great results.

Dianna Morgan

CANN Censor

Dianna has worked in the cosmetic industry for close to 10 years, throughout both New Zealand and Australia. She started her career in Dermatology, and combined skin studies with intense pulsed light and lasers. Dianna then worked with Allergan, the makers of BOTOX and JUVEDERM. This was a great place to learn injecting techniques from some of the best injectors globally, right at the source, and she spent over 6 years with this prestigious company. The training was an important part of her work and Dianna became an advisor for Allergan, training hundreds of Doctors and Nurses in the art of injecting BOTOX and dermal fillers. Dianna has also been involved with MasterClass training sessions with world renowned Plastic Surgeons, and now she brings her incredible skills and experiences to work with us!

Dr Greg Taylor

Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Greg Taylor (FRACS MB ChB) has 30 years of experience as a specialist plastic surgeon. A graduate of Otago Medical School, he completed his training in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Burwood Hospital in Christchurch. Dr. Taylor is recognised as a pioneer of laser skin surgery in NZ and also created the breakthrough local anaesthetic day stay facial surgery more than 10 years ago. An active member of the New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons and the Australian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, he is also a published author and regularly attends workshops. Having worked in NZ, Britain, and Canada, he currently has 20,000 patients registered between our Nelson and Auckland practices.

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Dr Brent Krivan

Clinic Doctor / Appearance Medicine Provider

Dr Brent Krivan MB ChB is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of GPs, the New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine, with a Diploma from Skin Cancer College Australasia. Brent is internationally trained in the techniques of Facial Contouring and Volumetric Face Lifting and supervises the myriad of skin treatments offered at Clinic Eleven.

His sub-speciality is the management of skin cancer and treatment.

  • Member New Zealand Society Cosmetic Medicine, Fellow of NZSCM
  • Diploma Australasian College of Skin Cancer Medicine
  • Southern Cross Health Affiliated Provider Skin Cancer Management
  • Provides supervision of nurse injectors
  • RNZCGP teacher to medical students

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Dr Michelle Locke

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Dr Michelle Locke is a highly regarded Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon based in Auckland. As one of New Zealand’s few female Plastic Surgeons, she is acutely aware of her patients’ needs and she is dedicated to helping them achieve the best possible outcome from their surgery. Dr Locke is thorough, conscientious and empathic in her assessment of patients. She will discuss your personal options to allow individualised decision making, tailored to your needs and desires, taking into account your personal situation. Dr Locke is fully trained in New Zealand, attending the University of Auckland School of Medicine. As well as her advanced surgical training, she undertook two years of full time research at the University of Auckland School of Biological Sciences to obtain a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) along with her surgical qualification (FRACS) in 2010.

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