You can wash your mouth and neck with toilet water, but you need to be careful with what you put on your face and neck, according to the World Health Organization.
The WHO says a “potential health risk” is when you put your face or neck on the toilet paper and wash it in it.
So you might want to use toilet paper with a paper towel on the bottom, rather than a bowl, because that way it can get trapped in the toilet bowl.
However, if you do that, it could also put chemicals on your skin, which could lead to skin irritation.
And the WHO advises you to wash hands with soap and water before putting on toilet paper.
“It’s not something you can’t handle,” WHO assistant director-general Margaret Chan said.
“But if you are going to put toilet paper on your body, then there’s definitely a risk.”
The WHO recommends people wash their hands and face with soap.
If you’re not using toilet paper for cleaning, you can wash the rest of your face, neck and neck.
If your face is dirty, you may want to rinse your face before using it.
The same goes for the neck.
You can wash it with warm water, soap and shampoo.
You can also soak the neck in warm water or hot water and then dry it.
You should rinse the neck if you’re dirty with it.