Hair Tonic Spray

Hey Team! Have you ever wondered how you could introduce essential oils to your hairdresser? Well, I’m going to make it easy peasy for you!

I’ve offered similar concepts over the years, but after enrolling my seventh specialist during a salon visit, I thought I’d try to make it more duplicable for you.


When salon customers hear about the amazing benefits of essential oils for their skin and hair, they will want to know more. And, as a hairdresser collects more and more success stories (as well as before and after pics), she will find it easier and easier to share the excitement!

Plus, she’ll feel the deep satisfaction of serving her clientele in a whole new way – one that promotes their physical and emotional well being!

 Wishlist links and QR codes have made this process crazy-easy for hairdressers to enroll new people. All they have to do is offer their customers a cute little labeled bottle if they enroll, along with a handy recipe card.

Mermaid Hair Tonic

  • 30 drops Young Living Cedarwood
  • 30 drops Young Living Rosemary
  • 30 drops Young Living Lavender
  • 1 T. Witch Hazel
  • 3.7 oz. Young Living Sandalwood Hydrosol

Young Living Wishlist for Hair Tonic Items HERE

The Canva link for my customizable recipe cards are HERE (Print on Avery Postcard Template 8387). I put the QR code on the back, so it doesn’t clutter up the front, but it’s up to you.

I also have two separate choices of tonic names – one for men and one for women (though the recipe is the same).

At the Canva label link below there are four design choices. Two for men and two for women. Each one has an additional QR code option. Be sure to create your own QR code in Canva with your own (or your hairdresser’s) wishlist link.

Young Living Wishlist for Hair Tonic Items HERE


To get started using therapeutic-grade essential oils with your family, I recommend purchasing Young Living’s amazing Premium Starter Kit & get personalized help from me! Learn more here.

By the way, I am not a doctor – just a mom who uses essential oils in her own family. Please know that any information provided on The Common Scents Mom is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor replace current medical treatment or drugs prescribed by your healthcare professional. The statements made have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is your responsibility to educate yourself and address any health or medical needs you may have with your physician. Please seek professional help when needed.