Most people put sunscreen on for extended sun exposure. Whether it’s a day at the beach, a trip to the park, or hanging out at the pool, it has become almost second nature to throw a bottle into a bag of necessities for occasional application. Unfortunately, occasional application isn’t enough to protect your skin. And a sunburn is a painful reminder of how harsh the sun can be. However, the danger doesn’t stop with a burn, and the risks do not go away when summer ends. Constant exposure, even on a cloudy or cold day, can be detrimental to skin. Here are 5 signs your skin has been damaged by the sun, and what you can do to repair it.