Meet the Empress Stone
Perfectly hugs the angles of the jaw, cheekbone, brow bone, the back of the neck over the spine.
Moves energy and invigorates the flat surfaces of the face to stimulate flow.
THE SHORT EDGE
The perfect flat surface to sculpt under the eye, around the sinuses.
THE POINTED TIP
Tension melting tip for acupressure in the areas of the face that store tension.
THE LONG EDGE
The ideal surface for long strokes on the side and front of the neck, and underneath the cheekbones.
Meet the Aura Stone
Delivers maximum fascial smoothing and lymphatic drainage. Use to perform gua sha over larger flat surfaces of the body (thighs, abdomen, sides of the body)
Contours and sculpts smaller curved areas of the body (arms, lower legs, shoulders)
Breaks up tissue and helps to smooth fascia in dimpled areas. Use the pointed tip to massage back and forth over tight muscles or dimpled skin (dimpling in the skin can indicate an area where the fascia is stuck to the muscle)
Use the Comb Angle with cross friction strokes. Provides surface repair by stimulating collagen to nourish stretch marks and dull skin.
Smooths fascia and deeply massages tissue.
Meet the Empress Wand
Melts Tension in areas of tension in the jaw, neck, shoulder, brow, and temples.
This pointed end of the Empress Wand is located near the bottom of the handle. This angle relieves tension in a more pointed way, as an addition to the Rounded End.
Molds comfortably to the hand making this intuitive facial massage tool easy to use.
How It’s Made
At Wildling, pure and authentic medicinal crystals are carefully selected for their healing properties for the skin as well as their positive effects on the emotional body. This practice of "stone medicine" is an ancient Taoist healing technique.
White “veins” of various sizes may appear on the stone. These veins were formed as a result of the meteor striking the earth and are a sign of the Bian stone’s authenticity.
How It’s Made
Each artisanal brush is made by hand in Germany. Crafted from Olive Wood sustainably harvested in the mediteranean region of Tunisia, Northern Africa, it is known for its beautiful grain. The bristles, called Tampico bristles, are sourced with care from the fibrous agave plant. When dried and finished, they have the optimal “bend” for skin smoothing and stimulating the lymphatic system.