Skinformation British Skin Foundation and ITN Productions Industry News announce new programme ‘The Ages of our Skin’ The British Skin Foundation and ITN Productions Industry News are co-producing The Ages of our Skin, a news-style programme taking an unfiltered look at skin across all age groups. Skin is the body's largest organ, and beyond its primary function as a protective barrier, it can also be an indicator of internal and external factors, whether genetic or a symptom of modern life. From delicate infant skin to the hormonal havoc of puberty and menopause, to issues around more senior skin, The Ages of our Skin will raise awareness and understanding of different skin conditions and the importance of skin care across all ages. Anchored by an ITN Productions Industry New presenter from the ITN London Studios, the programme will address the myths and misinformation with clear, science based advice from industry experts. The programme will explore new developments in the world of dermatology and will highlight BSF’s role in funding research into advancements of treatment and cures. The Ages of our Skin will hear from those living with different skin conditions and will shine a light on what more needs to be done to prevent stigma so that people of all ages can be comfortable in their own skin. The programme will combine interviews with the industry figures, news-style reports and sponsored editorial profiles from leading organisations and industry innovators in studio and on location. The programme will launch at the British Association of Dermatologists’ Annual Conference taking place on 5th July 2022 at the SEC, Glasgow and will be supported by an extensive marketing communications campaign led by BSF and supported by ITN Productions. Matthew Patey, CEO of British Skin Foundation said Following a successful campaign with ITN Productions Industry News in 2021, the British Skin Foundation are excited to be collaborating again on a brand-new project. The skin is the body’s largest organ and it’s important to take care of it throughout our entire lives. We’re looking forward to exploring ‘The Ages of our Skin’ alongside our experts in 2022. Nina Harrison-Bell Head of ITN Productions Industry News said We’re delighted to be producing a programme in partnership with BSF for a second year, that raises awareness of the importance of skin health and skin care throughout our lives and the exciting research and developments leading dermatology into the future. For further information, or to participate in the programme, please contact: Tamsin Luck, Programme Director, ITN Productions, [email protected] or Jeff Blackmore, Programme Director, ITN Productions, [email protected]. Donate here Watch our video from 2021 By donating to skin disease research you are helping us to find treatments and cures for common conditions like eczema, acne and psoriasis through to potential killers like melanoma skin cancer. Thank you.