Natasha has reportedly spent $30,000 on various plastic surgery and beauty procedures including a boob job, and previously told NW that she was targeted in her younger years.
"I was constantly bullied for my weight and my teeth – that sort of stuff stays with you into adulthood," she told the publication.
Natasha shared the procedures she's had done in-full to her on-screen husband Mikey Pembroke on their honeymoon.
"Botox, fillers, nails, hair, waxing, laser..." she listed after mentioning she needed to get her hair extensions amended.
"Facials, massages, fat freezing, solarium – and every night when I go to bed I inject my Melanotan. Teeth bleaching…"her list continued.
To mark a year since her MAFS wedding to on-screen husband Mikey Pembroke, Natasha shared an anniversary post reflecting on her time on the ratings hit.
"I would like to make a quick toast, to somewhere between a lifetime and the blink of an eye," she began her post.
"One year ago today I “TV wed” a complete stranger on Australia’s most controversial television show and announced 653 times that I was a 'strong woman'. Little did I know that the next five weeks would spiral me into the worst mental state that I had ever experienced and the public backlash that would be awaiting me would continue my downward spiral for months."
The former MAFS bride added: "But with darkness comes light. I have let go of all the expectations of who I thought I should be and started spending time learning what I’m actually about and who I really am. I have been given a platform to advocate for my passions and I have gotten to experience some amazing things, and meet even better people.
"Life is filled with tests and I needed something like this to shift me out of my comfort zone. I no longer regret my time on #MAFS but cherish the lessons and the experiences."
Since the show finished, Natasha has been using her increased profile to smash the stigma of mental health and speaks openly about societal shaming, judging and bullying.
"Trauma victims battle every day to deal with overpowering and intrusive memories and feelings," she said in a recent social media post.
"In a world that is so ready to blame people who are struggling, as if they chose their trauma, be kind. People won’t always offer up their struggles, most suffer in silence. You never know what another person is going through - so be gentle."