(upbeat music) >>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- When you're pregnant most women don't need to change theirbeauty routine, per say.
We recommend all women look at what products that they're using, and are using productsthat aren't harmful to, or toxic to themselves or the environment.
>>Vicki Cohen, CNM Certified Nurse-Midwife- Many women do ask about hair dye, and other cosmeticsand I would tell anyone that there is no evidencethat says dyeing your hair is harmful to your pregnancy.
>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- In terms of things like, can I get my nails donewhile I'm pregnant? Yes, you can certainly get your nails done while you're pregnant.
>>Shauna Hicks, MD OB/GYN- The main thing to keep in mind is that if you do getyour hair or nails done, to be in a salon that hasa well ventilated area to make sure that you're not breathing in some of those fumes.
>>Rachel Walker, MD OB/GYN- If you're worried, the best thing to do is wait until you're outsideof the first trimester.
>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- And then often we get questions about tanning during pregnancy.
And I think women often,you know their body is going through changes andthey think about maybe using some tanningproducts or going tanning.
And we really recommend to all women, whether you're pregnant or not, to avoid tanning.
You can damage your skin,and so we would recommend a avoiding that during all times.