Matt Hunter, co-host of The Re-Inventors, airing Saturdays at 6 p.m. on History Television:

Q What products make you look and feel good?
A Facial moisturizer with SPF is becoming important as I get older. I’ve spent lots of days outside working as a tree planter, crew boss and tree planting supervisor so I’ve seen my fair share of sun. Otherwise I’m not that big on maintenance. I only shave when I’m wearing a suit, which is a rare occasion.

Q Describe your style.
A Simple, I wear jeans and T-shirts in solid colours. Life’s too short to be in the pack.

Q How do you stay fit?
A I jog when I can. I mountain bike in the spring, summer and fall. I’m digging kite boarding at the moment.

Q What makes life easier?
A I don’t like stress, it doesn’t work for me. I listen to a lot of Canadian independent music to unwind. I get to my cabin on an island up north whenever I can to re-charge and do some serious thinking.

Jeremy MacPherson, co-host of The Re-Inventors:
Q What products make you look and feel good?
A I use Bumble and Bumble hair products. I just like saying it out loud. Bumble and Bumble. Evian atomizer is great for parched skin after a long flight. It keeps you feeling oh so fresh. Irish Spring soap — I like that too.

Q How do you keep life in perspective?
A I’m always putting out the good vibes.

Q What are your healthy eating habits?
A I eat food, not too much, mostly plants. I also enjoy a healthy serving of single malt.

Q Describe your style.
A I’d say Metro mountain man. I don’t really follow fashion trends but I am admittedly a bit of a label whore.

Q How do you stay fit?
A Throwing around 4x8 sheets of plywood for most of the day does the job.

Marcy Cornblum is a freelance journalist. She's developed
up-close and personal relationships with celebrities including actors,
musicians and television personalities.

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