An ampoule is a small glass vial commonly used to hold liquids or solids in a laboratory setting and typically is sealed shut. Ampoules also are used to hold beauty products, medicine or other delicate liquids. They are sealed shut to protect the contents from exposure to air, bacteria and debris or dirt that could contaminate the contents. Opening an ampoule should be done with caution to prevent breaking the glass and spilling the contents.
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Things you need
- Facial tissue
- Waste paper bin
Place a clean, folded facial tissue over the top of the ampoule to keep the glass clean and protect your fingers in case the glass breaks unevenly, causing a jagged edge.
Place your index finger on one side of the ampoule top over the tissue. Place your thumb on the other side of the ampoule over the tissue.
Use even and firm pressure to bend and break open the ampoule at the neck.
Break the ampoule over a sink or waste paper bin in case it shatters.
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