Diamonds are beautiful, sparkly, and coveted by most, but they come at an unfortunate price. "Conflict free" diamonds are often limited to the Kimberly Process's definition, which only considers diamonds that finance rebel wars against governments. This doesn't take into account the large number of diamonds that are contaminated by violence, human rights violations, poverty, and environmental degradation. Although there are diamonds available that are traceable and ethically mined, lab grown diamonds present the most sustainable alternative to mined diamonds available in today's market by reducing waste and environmental destruction.
Lab grown diamonds are created using advanced technology that mimics the natural method of diamond formation. They are indistinguishable from earth mined diamonds and are equal in strength, material, and sparkle.
Lab-grown stones are not to be confused with synthetic stones, which are glass or glass-mix copies made to look like the original.