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Skin care routine for oily acne prone teen skin

Hey, I have been struggling the whole summer with acne and I can't bear it anymore, I have been using a really simple skincare routine which, I was told, would probably fix my skin, but did nothing, only helped the big pimples stay away:
1. Cleanse
(1.2. Toner only at night)
2. Moisturize


All are meant to be for oily-normal skin, which is my skin type, but I think I need to step up and create an actual skincare routine to clear up my skin.
I looked at so many forums and products and suggestions, and every site, everything is different I can't seem to find something that sticks and what everyone suggests, so this is my last resort.

This is what I got,

Morning:

1. Paula's CLEAR Pore Normalizing Cleanser
2. Paula's CLEAR Regular Strength Anti-Redness Exfoliating Solution With 2% Salicylic Acid // OR // The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid
3. The Inkey List MULTI-BIOTIC Moisturizer
4. Soft Airy UV Essence SPF50+ PA++++

Night:

1. Paula's CLEAR Pore Normalizing Cleanser
2. Paula's CLEAR Regular Strength Anti-Redness Exfoliating Solution With 2% Salicylic Acid // OR // The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid
3. Paula's CLEAR Regular Strength Daily Skin Clearing Treatment with 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide
4. The Inkey List MULTI-BIOTIC Moisturizer

And then once a week at night, I would substitute the 3rd and 4th creams with: The Inkey List C-50 Blemish treatment.

Please, help me, and tell me if anything should be removed/added, and in general what I should change, thanks.

My skin:
https://ibb.co/YNhjPnt
https://ibb.co/BcNbCm2
https://ibb.co/WBdKbb6
 

 
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Your skin routine looks great! My recommendation would be to introduce the active ingredients (acids, retinoids, etc) slowly, and not in the summertime. They can over-exfoliate your skin, destroying the natural barrier and if you are exposed to UVA/UVB always use an SPF to prevent hyperpigmentation. Try using them for once-twice a week for a month, and then use them more often to prevent purging.
 
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