Here at tFS, we wear sunscreen daily and take sun protection very seriously — and rightfully so. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that from 2001 to 2010, melanoma cases in the U.S. increased significantly year over year for women. Wearing sunscreen is imperative, especially now that the summer season is upon us. Not only does excess sun exposure contribute to skin’s aging, but it is the leading cause of skin cancer. So this season, while you’re out in your breezy dresses and colorful sandals, remember to apply sunscreen with UVA and UVB protection before heading out, wear those sunnies (and hats!) and reapply every hour for maximum protection. Here, the eight best sunscreens (and the two worst!) to consider purchasing before heading outdoors.