Soya yoghurt helps create creamy, moisturising and soothing cosmetic products. It also lightly conditions the hair.
No one fully agrees on the origin of soybeans, or when they started being cultivated. What we know for sure is that it’s been a staple food and medicine in China, Korea and Japan for thousands of years. The plant (Glycine max) belongs to the pea family (Fabaceae) and like all plants of this family, it grows pods that contain a range of seeds, also called beans.
Soya yoghurt is made in a similar way to dairy yoghurt. A live bacteria is added to soy cream which slowly thickens and takes on a slightly sour taste. Every soy product Lush purchase comes from non-GMO beans.