Product Care

Caring for your lab-grown diamonds is as important as investing in a quality stone. Although lab grown diamonds are known to be one of the hardest stones, they can be scratched and chipped if due care is not taken. Here’s what you need to do to ensure your jewelry stays sparkling:

  • Remove your jewelry during manual tasks like cooking, cleaning, gardening or moving furniture to avoid any physical damage.
  • Don’t expose your lab grown diamonds to chemicals like cleaning fluids.
  • Wear your jewelry only after putting on your makeup, hairspray, perfumes and lotions. These contain chemicals that can damage or create a build-up on your jewelry.
  • Remove your jewelry before diving into chlorinated water or at the spa. This is because exposure to chlorine weakens a ring's alloy and can cause structural damage.
  • Avoid contact sports. Any hard blows can be damaging to your lab grown diamonds, so we strongly recommend removing all jewelry beforehand.
  • Wearing two rings on one finger can cause friction and damage. We recommend soldering the two rings together or limiting one ring to one finger.
Product Care

Cleaning & Care

  • The best tool for cleaning is a soft toothbrush, warm soapy water and a lint-free cloth.
  • Let your jewelry soak in warm soapy water for a few minutes.
  • Brush your jewelry to remove trapped dirt or grime.
  • Don't forget to scrub the underside of your stone gently.
  • Rinse and clean with warm water.
  • Pat dry with a soft cloth.
  • Use a jewelry polishing cloth for the best results. Other cloths may have coarse fibres and may scratch your lab grown diamond.
  • Inspect your jewelry regularly to address any signs of damage or lost stones.
  • If you feel uncomfortable cleaning your lab grown diamonds, you can periodically send us your jewelry for a free professional cleaning, you'll only have to cover the shipping costs.
Cleaning & Care

Find Your Lab Grown Diamond

All our lab grown diamonds are ethically sourced, lab-grown, & conflict-free