I think that Victoria cast iron skillets are the best cast iron skillets to own. I have owned the 12 inch Victoria skillet for several years and now I purchased the 10 inch Victoria skillet. They are the only cast iron skillets that I want to use because they are substantially lighter in weight than others which makes them easier to lift and handle yet they are still very strong. The two that I own have high sides which are great and make them more versatile for cooking. They come with a lifetime guarantee.
Take your brand new cast iron pan and wash it soap and water. Very lightly coat it inside and out with a high heat oil, I use organic virgin coconut oil, and bake upside down in oven at 450F for an hour. Let cool in oven until it's at room temperature. After using skillet clean with plastic scrubber and water. Immediately dry thoroughly. Very lightly oil inside bottom and sides of skillet. Place on stove and heat on medium-low heat for about 5 minutes until oil is smoking. Turn off burner and let skillet cool completely before storing. After non-stick coating builds up you will no longer have to oil skillet before heating on stove. You should still heat it immediately after washing and drying to ensure it's 100% dry.