However, according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, it can also make you look younger. Researchers from the University of Michigan tracked the facial characteristics of 20 sleep apnea patients after two months of CPAP treatments and found that “patients are less likely to have baggy or glassy eyes, and more likely to have a youthful, more energetic look after CPAP use,” said Dr. William Kohler, founder of The Florida Sleep Institute.
“I believe it keeps me youthful, opens up my airways and I get a lot more oxygen while I sleep,” said Mishel.
Mishel also regularly gets Botox injections, swears by Synergie ÜberZinc (which costs $115 for a 50ml tub), whitens her teeth, and enlists the help of personal trainer Jake Mollenhauer to keep her in shape.
Mishel isn’t the only MAFS bride that has a high-maintenance beauty routine. Sydney North Shore bride Natasha Spencer talked her husband, Mikey Pembroke, through her extensive list of regular beauty treatments, which included "Botox, fillers, nails, hair, waxing, laser, facials, massages, fat freezing, solarium – and every night when I go to bed I inject my Melanotan. Teeth bleaching…"