What can i use to to remove acne? What facial wash or facial scrub is good for oily skin?

Is benzoyl peroxide a good medication for the face/acne or should or is there anything else i could possibly use to help get rid of my acne I have been using benozyl but it seems that since using it i have had very bad dry skin on my face Also i have well i think i have oily skin so what would be best for my face and how can i tell what skin type i have Please answer Best answer will be awarded My skin is also very sensitive

Asked By: - 4/30/2011
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Answered By: Riyah M - 4/30/2011
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lemon juice
Answered By: archielambert - 4/30/2011
Use plain hydrogen peroxide. I have used all kinds of acne products and they never worked, just made my skin dry and irritated... More
Answered By: Gimichi<3 - 4/30/2011
Clean and clear... The one with micro balls is the best (:
Answered By: HELLOW :) - 4/30/2011
Mate, none of that stuff works its a massive scam. Read the fineprint. You must let it run its course!! DO NOT scrub spots, it will spread even more. Don't touch it at all
Answered By: Jimmy Jones - 4/30/2011
I recommend Neutrogena on the spot acne treatment. It comes in a little container in the shape of toothpaste. I have oily skin too and I think it works really well, because you put it on and leave it on to dry out.
Answered By: briannaok - 4/30/2011
First of all, to find out what your skin type is, you can visit and click on the "My Skin Consultation" tab to take a short quiz as to which skin type yours is. However, I would not recommend their products to someone who has sensitive skin, I do and that product made my face become red and sensitive after... More
Answered By: Quinn Burns - 4/30/2011
What works for someone else may not necessarily work for you even if they have the same skin type as you... More
Answered By: LoveBug - 4/30/2011
Benzoyl will work. In my opinion pro active is the best. I've been using it for years. Whenever I'm out sometimes ill go a month without using it and ill break out like c4azy . Then ill buy some at the mall and two weeks later my skin will be clear. But the tip on using it is to be consistent . Don't miss a day and use... More
Answered By: David - 4/30/2011
Good o'l fashioned lye soap works pretty good.
Answered By: I speak the truth when I say... - 4/30/2011
Go to a dermatologist. They'll help you and give the best answer.
Answered By: Aimee - 4/30/2011
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