The term ‘man-made diamonds’ or Lab-grown diamonds' is very common when shopping for jewelry. Although lab-created diamonds are different from natural mined diamonds in a few ways, they are real gemstones. These gemstones are now widespread and commonly worn by many of your family members and friends. You also must have come across Lab-grown diamond rings before and have never realized since lab-grown varieties look identical to natural diamonds. With much more ethical manufacturing, Lab grown diamonds are now scaling up to be standardized in the present jewelry industry. Lab-created diamonds are indeed the future of the modern jewelry world. 
Why are Lab-Grown Diamonds so Popular?

Scientists manufacture and craft these lab diamonds in certified laboratories with similar chemical properties like-mined varieties and even cost much less than natural diamonds. Modern, powerful technology and science are required for creating Lab-Grown Diamonds.

Organic diamonds are formed due to geographical pressure and take a million years to produce. One process of creating Lab-grown diamonds is the HPHT method, which stands for High pressure or high temperature and requires extreme pressure and temperature. These conditions are applied to carbon to create a diamond seed which is then grown into a big diamond.

However, the current date, a three-dimensional way has become common and greatly relied on by the entire diamond industry. To construct this gem, a diamond seed is layered with carbon in a vacuum. This method is called the CVD process, which stands for the chemical vapor deposition method. 
Why are Lab-Grown Diamonds in Trend?

Lab-grown diamonds have become the future of the modern diamond industry. These diamonds come in great varieties and benefit both the customer and the world. More number of diamond lovers are buying lab-created stones because of the following points-

  • Conflict-Free
  • About 65% of diamonds worldwide are mined using controversial practices in Africa. This is plaguing the mining industry. Some factors like child labor or forced labor and mining from unethical sources make mining diamonds quite unethical. When you choose lab-created diamonds, you need not worry about unethical treatment. There are no factors like forced labor or harsh, demanding conditions in producing these gems. 

  • Environment Friendly
  • Natural mined diamonds create a lot of harm to our planet as it requires excessive drilling and digging in the ground. It contributes to soil erosion and deforestation. There are no environmental impacts caused due to lab-created diamonds as they are produced in labs. Scientists use sustainable energy like wind turbines to make them.

  • Lab-Grown Diamonds Are Affordable
  • Lab-grown diamond rings cost 40% lesser than mined diamonds. They also form an excellent choice for occasion jewelry. If you don’t have any diamond bracelet, necklace, earrings, or watch, then lab grown diamond rings make up a smart and stunning option that also forms within your budget. Lab-grown diamond engagement rings are now the standard due to their ethical production and lower price. You can also get a personalized selection when you buy manufactured diamonds. You can choose the diamond ring's shape, color, and size. Therefore Lab-grown diamond engagement rings offer extensive options.
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    A postgraduate in Fashion Technology. Shalini is a writer at heart! Writing for her is an expression of her true self. After a short stint as a textile expert, she decided taking up writing full time. Shalini compiles content on myriad topics. A mother to a tiny tot, she uses her personal website and blog to explain the subtle yet perplexing aspects of parenting and motherhood. When she's not writing, she is either pursing her passion of exploring the latest tech innovations or crooning to her favorite music. Find out what she has to say about the trivial things we call "LIFE".