Chang’e 嫦娥 is depicted as a beautifully carved stone statue her hair is long, wavy and sculpted looking.

Chang'e is sold as a set:

One Roll-On Body Oil (10 ml)
+ One Linen/Body Spray (15 ml)

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The worshiping of Chang’e 嫦娥 dates back to the imperial dynasty known in China as Han from 202 BC – 9 AD.  Chang’e is depicted as a beautiful elegant immortal woman who is known as the Moon Goddess. 

Chang’e’s adoring husband Lord Hou Li was gifted an elixir of immortality, a potion when taken together would allow Chang’e and her husband to live forever in heaven. When Hou Li returned home, he told Chang’e about the elixir and put it away for safe-keeping.  However, Chang’e was eager to return to heaven and was unaware of the instructions and subsequently drank the entire elixir herself.  This graceful and charming goddess then began to float towards the moon rather than to heaven.  When her husband discovered that she was gone he was extremely saddened.

When the moon shines bright on the 15th day of the 8th  month (during the Chinese Lunar Calendar)  Hou Li is able to visit with his wife on the moon.  Asian families celebrate at this time of year known as Autumn Moon Festival and eat moon cake, a delicacy that Lord Hou Li made often for his wife.