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You should. Mistakes made by inexperienced or poorly trained skin care practitioners can damage, even scar, your skin. Dermatologists attend college and medical school, and then complete a residency, meaning they have 12 to 14 years or more of advanced education and medical training under their belts, says Peggy Fuller, MD, founder and director of the Esthetic Center for Dermatology, a medical spa in Charlotte, N. Fuller says. Aesthetician training varies from state to state, but aestheticians typically take a one- or two-year course that focuses on skin care, facials, and noninvasive procedures, Dr. Dermatologists practice out of medical offices or medical spas, while aestheticians can be found in spas and salons as well as working under the direction of dermatologists in medical settings.