I don’t endorse any commercial VPN services for personal use. It is up to you to determine what solution is appropriate for your use. There are only trade-offs. And always keep in mind that the end/exit points where your requests are being sent through can be monitored by an entity – by automation or another human being.
Don’t exert too much focus on “hiding from your ISP” and putting a VPN service in a pedestal you think “who value your interests”.
Instead, learn what you can do locally (within your LAN (local access network) – right behind your home router is always a good starting point.
Commercial software companies specializing in anti-virus/malware (and even web browsers) are getting into the VPN markets.
Don’t take the bait unless you’ve done personal research. Ask questions and always be skeptical about absolutes.