By Alexia Kwan | 09.23.18 13:00 A new breed of hair loss specialist is gaining attention from celebrities.
The New York Times published a story on Thursday about Dr. Paul Schiller, who works as a consultant to beauty brands and is the founder of the popular YouTube channel Hairless, which has over 13 million subscribers.
Schiller, the author of the bestselling book, “How to Stop Hair Loss” says he is looking for clients who have lost hair for a variety of reasons.
He has seen some people with the loss of hair that he calls “hypermair,” a condition that has caused the hair to grow back and is caused by genetics.
“I’m not a cosmetic doctor.
But I’ve been through this,” he told The Times.
“If you’ve had hair loss for a long time, then I think that you have a greater likelihood of having hair loss from hair loss alone.
It’s a pretty common condition.
You’re likely to see it in women of color, as well.
But it’s also more common in Caucasians.”
Schiller says a hair loss doctor is looking to find a client who has lost hair because of a genetic predisposition.
If they have hair loss due to other conditions, such as thyroid disease, it’s possible the condition is also genetic, he said.
“If you have no other reason for losing hair, then you’re not going to have hair,” he said, noting that hair loss is “more likely to happen from a disease, like hypothyroidism.”
Schilling said there are people who go through the process of having the loss but can’t get hair back.
“There are some people who are perfectly healthy, they have no history of hypothyroids or other diseases, and they’ve just lost hair,” Schiller said.
“There are others, but their hair is growing back.
If you lose hair, that’s not going happen.”
Schill is also an outspoken proponent of hair transplants, which are used to treat hair loss.
The procedure involves removing a hair from a person and injecting it into their scalp to stimulate their hair follicles.
It has been proven to be a successful treatment for hair loss in people with other conditions.
In the case of Schiller and the New York City-based Hairless videos, the videos are not necessarily a result of a diagnosis, but an attempt to explain the condition to the audience.
“This is a YouTube video, and I am talking about the disorder, not a diagnosis,” Schilling said.
In his blog post, Schiller wrote that he is not a medical professional and did not receive a diagnosis for his hair loss or a diagnosis from the Hairless brand.
He said he does not think he is in any way qualified to recommend treatments, but he is willing to help.
“My goal in being here is to educate the general public on this disease, to provide a guide for them on how to get hair restored,” he wrote.
He said he is also interested in people who have been through the hair loss process himself.
“It’s not something that happens in one day.
It can take a lifetime,” he added.”
But when you do get a diagnosis and you do go to a hair transplant, you are given a set of instructions.
There are some things that you should do.
I would be more than happy to explain those.”