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That's not true. It just needs to be spot-tested first.
Also, by law, the companies manufacturing hybrids can claim they are water-based if the formula contains less than 10% silicone.
Unfortunately, that's true about the laws regarding labeling. It's even worse than that though, manufacturer's are not required to even list ingredients if they fall under a certain percentage of the whole formula, I think it's 1% or 2%. ALWAYS read the labels & even then, be skeptical.