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Jessi’s no fan of gym culture

Jessi Cruikshank

Jessi Cruikshank, host, MTV Live, airing weeknights; also co-hosts The Hills After Show and The Laguna Beach After Show:

Q: What products make you look and feel good?

A: I always moisturize with Clinique City Block Sheer Oil-Free Daily Face Protector SPF 25. I am a pro at faking a tan with Neutrogena Moisture Rich Sunless Tanning. When it comes to make-up, I’m useless without my MAC eye shadow and I have a bit of an addiction to their false lashes. If anyone asks, they are all natural.

Q: How do you stay fit?

A: Growing up in Vancouver, staying fit and active outdoors was just part of my daily lifestyle so I found it pretty hard to adjust to the gym culture here in Toronto. I would rather than do just about anything than go to the gym! I have developed a gym regimen that coincides with my television viewing regimen, which makes running on the treadmill that much more tolerable.

Q: What are your eating habits?

A: I became a vegetarian when I was eight due to a traumatic incident involving my dad cooking what I thought was a pet lobster. I live on fruit, veggies and tofu. I can’t really imagine eating any other way.

Zak Santiago

Zak Santiago, actor, plays Hal Garcia on Robson Arms on CTV and The Comedy Network:

Q: What products make you look and feel good?

A: I’m pretty simple with this stuff, but a few things are necessary. I like to wash my face with a mild foam, like Olay Foaming Face Wash. I don’t even use shaving cream, just kind of Crocodile Dundee it with my Gillette, but I always finish with Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Moisturizer and Givenchy for the scent.

Q: How do you stay fit?

A: I am an ex-competitive boxer and it will always be in my blood. I play the sport two to three times a week. My real training is the ballet. It keeps me sore and stretched five to six days a week.

Q: What are your healthy eating habits?

A: I have a few simple rules: No junk food, no fast food no fried food. I eat meats, fish, dairy, bread and vegetables. If you’re active and eat balanced meals you’re fine.


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