This sounds really gross, but urine therapy to improve your body and skin is a real thing.
One woman who has posted a video of herself drinking the waste liquid is grossing out more and more people.
Ruby Kayro, 30 has been doing this since she was 19.
Kayro says using pee to drink and on her skin does wonders: "I pee into a travel spray bottle and then spray it into my hands and then rub it onto my face.
"I also drink about five ounces of morning pee about twice a week.
"It can lower blood sugar and cholesterol and help diabetes.
"My skin glows when I use it, I took a break from it a while back and my skin began to look dull. I feel younger and I look younger when I use it."
After a greeting in her video, she told viewers she was going to drink her morning pee, and tried to convince others to do the same.
In the video, she drinks that pee as if she was dying of thirst. That pee went down fast, which actually may be more palatable for viewers.
Next, she's seen applying it on her face, as some of the urine drips down her cheek.
Are you grossed out yet?
She shows viewers the pimples and blemishes on her skin, noting that by the morning, all that will be gone, once she's done her wee-wee therapy and everything.
As she's rubbing it in on her face, she says, "It burns. It burns so bad."
Then why are you doing it?
Maybe it hurts because pee has ammonia and uric acid, among other things the body didn't want in the first place. Just a guess.
But if it gets your skin clear, as it apparently did for Kayro, then sure, go ahead and wipe your own Number 1 all over the place. Just don't tell us what you did.
The next morning, she shows us her face.
"When I wake up, I rub my morning pee onto my face and use it like a moisturiser, you can leave it on for a couple of hours, or leave it on all day. Every night when you go to sleep you can put it on your face."
"For the first few days your face might look a bit raw, because all the impurities will come out, but then it will become clear."
You really can't tell whether her face has been photoshopped or whether she's used foundation on her blemishes, but one section looks clear. She says the pimple that was on her forehead "reduced" a little -- a victory for pee?
We get that using your own pee is a free alternative to expensive serums and creams, but it's still a bodily fluid that your body has rejected. Why don't you listen to your body and find some other method?