Think you only need to worry about sunburn while you’re at the beach? Think again! The truth is that the majority of UV damage your skin receives isn’t always from spending a sunny day outdoors. It’s from your day-to-day activities—driving in your car, for instance—or during cooler days when sun protection is likely the last thing on your mind.
To keep your skin protected, experts advise using sunscreen every day, even when you don’t expect to spend much time outside. Make sure you’re using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, or at least 30 for longer outdoor activities. And remember, no matter how high the SPF, the FDA recommends reapplying sunscreen every two hours for optimal protection. To help you find the best sunscreens to use daily, we’ve compiled our favorites below.