JO Silicone-Free Hybrid Personal Lubricant

JO Silicone-Free Hybrid Personal Lubricant


JO Silicone-Free Hybrid is a water-glycol formula blended with coconut oil as an alternative to silicone.

Coconut oil is – in our opinion – the most vagina-friendly plant oil. But it isn’t very lubricating. So we’re always on the lookout for blends that add slip & lasting power – fingers crossed.

We also like that JO Silicone-Free is a lower-osmolality formula – something we can’t confirm for most hybrids. We expect this lubricant will be non-sticky with good lasting power for a water-based formula and easy cleanup.

We’re big fans of several JO lubricants and are really looking forward to reviewing JO Hybrid –  we’ll have the full review in late 2019.

Condom & Material Safety

Plant oils quickly break down latex & polyisoprene. NEVER use any oil or body lotion with these condom materials.
Either we cannot confirm this product's compatibility with polyurethane, or the product explicitly states it is not compatible with polyurethane condoms. This is most common in formulas that contain vitamin E. Info
Water-based lubricants do dry, but can become slippery again with water. Be sure to wash hands and clean spills.
Washes off with light soap and water. May stain some fabrics.

While JO Silicone-Free Hybrid contains coconut oil, and the official JO page states not for latex, the 501(k) summary states this product IS compatible with latex & polyisoprene and IS NOT compatible with polyurethane.

Our advice? Skip this formula if your using condoms.


WaterPropylene GlycolCaprylic / Capric TriglycerideCoconut Oil (Coconut Oil Cocos Nucifera Oil)Flavor (unspecified)PhenoxyethanolPolyacrylate 13Cellulose GumRadish Seed Extract (Raphanus Sativus Seed Extract)PolyisobutenePolysorbate 20PEG-45M.

Consistency & Lasting Power

Packaging & Labeling

Shelf life from date of manufacture: 36 months
Replace open bottles by the 'best if used by' date or every 6 months
pH5.7 - 6.3
Osmolality: 450 - 900mOsm/kg H2O
FDA 501(k) Status: Approved

In most cases, the FDA does not require manufacturers to disclose a lubricnat's pH or osmolality. Because we feel it's important to vaginal health, we do request this information. However, it isn't always available or offered and does not impact our reviews.


JO Silicone-Free Hybrid Personal Lubricant has passed our initial screening based on ingredients, manufacturer info, and customer reviews. We have not obtained samples yet.

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