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 & Materials Safety
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.
Water, Propylene Glycol, Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride, Coconut Oil (Coconut Oil Cocos Nucifera Oil), Flavor (unspecified), Phenoxyethanol, Polyacrylate 13, Cellulose Gum, Radish Seed Extract (Raphanus Sativus Seed Extract), Polyisobutene, Polysorbate 20, PEG-45M.
Packaging & Labeling
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.