No. There are no likely situations in which the color of moissanite will be permanently changed. Moissanite does undergo a temporary color change when exposed to extreme heat from a jeweler’s torch during jewelry repair, but with proper bench techniques there will be no lasting damage and the stone will return to its normal color once it cools.
Moissanite grading uses a color grading scale that is based upon the GIA diamond color grading scale. There are three grades of moissanite available today: colorless (D-E-F range), near-colorless (G-H-I range) and with faint hues of color (J-K range).
Yes. Moissanite can have needle-like inclusions that can be seen under 10x magnification. They are not visible to the naked eye and do not affect the clarity of the stone. It’s worth noting that nearly every gem has some sort of inclusion. They are unique to each gemstone and occur in the formation of the crystalline structure.
Based on consumer demand on certain online channels, MY BEST LOVE introduced a limited assortment of moissanite jewelry with lab created colored stones. These lab grown colored gemstones include lab grown blue and pink sapphires, as well as lab grown rubies. Just like moissanite, these colored gemstones are identical to those that are mined from the earth, chemically, optically and physically. The only differences are in cost and environmental impact.