Leo Fung is the founder and developer of Soléo Organics sunscreens. He has a passion for improving the health and wellness of people across the globe, both with his products and by increasing awareness on prevalent issues.
Education: Diploma of Applied Science
Expertise: Natural & Organic Products Research & Development, Global Therapeutic Goods Regulations.
Leo attained a diploma in Applied Sciences, specialising in naturopathy. He furthered his knowledge over the next 20 years in research and development.
Leo has over 20 years of experience in the research and development of natural products. His experience covers a wide variety of areas across formulation, development, production and marketing of natural sunscreens, skincare and cleaning products.
He also has a great deal of experience in successfully dealing with regulating bodies like the Therapeutic Goods Administration in Australia, the FDA in the United States, and Health Canada.
Leo Fung's Recent Articles
Did you know that it’s estimated over 14,000 tons1 of sunscreen enter waterways worldwide every year, both from wastewater runoff and normal sunscreen use. But what is it? Why should you use it? And how do we know it helps the environment?
Most sunscreen is greasy, how do you choose a sunscreen that isn't? Here we break down everything you need to know about non-greasy sunscreen, what it's good for, how to find it, and our favourites.
In this article, we explain what are the different types of sunscreen are, especially when referring to chemical or natural, and how you can recognize the difference between these types.
How do you choose a natural sunscreen? There are so many options and so many claims. Read on to see what's most important, and what you should watch out for.
Generally speaking, dermatitis sufferers require more protection for their skin, both to prevent long-term damage, premature aging (photoaging), and to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation caused by flare-ups. Learn how to choose the right sunscreen to both protect and support your skin all year around.
One of the most common issues with other mineral sunscreens (in case you're not using Soléo) is that they can leave a white cast on the skin. If you're struggling with this issue, here are some tips to help ensure your mineral sunscreen goes on smoothly and doesn't leave a noticeable white cast.
“She fought valiantly, wielding the umbrella with expert precision, desperately trying to shield her children from the sun's relentless assault. But the sun was strong, and the umbrella, though mighty, was but a mere mortal weapon in the face of its power…”
Do your kids squirm when you try to put sunscreen on them?I know… a stupid question right? Not only does all the squirming make the job harder, but it can be easy to miss patches...
UV Radiation comes in several different forms, each form different with a different effect on our bodies. Some of these effects are beneficial and some are dangerous...
SPF is often associated with the level of protection that the sunscreen offers. While this is partially true, SPF is actually considered an unreliable method of measuring a sunscreen's effectiveness...