*sigh*......i have the same problem......but i learned to control it a lot..... wash your face when ever possible and wipe with a cleane soft cloth.....and use gel type face wash at least 2 times a day.......
A plain baking soda and water mask is by far the best you can do for acne prone skin. Mix a water and baking soda in a cup until the consistancy of a thinner paste. Pat on face (do not rub) and let sit till it hardens then rinse off. This has done miracles for my sensitive acne prone skin!! Plus it's all natural! Sometimes I add a few drops of tea tree oil too.
THIS REALLY WORKS IN 1 DAY YOU WILL SEE RESULTS YOU CAN ALSO USE IT AS ASPOT TREATMENT AND LEAVE IT OVERNIGHT AND IT WILL ALMOST INVISIBLE
RAW EGG Crack egg whisk and apply to skin
Aloe Vera Plant cut off a piece and squeeze the goopy gel inside and apply to skin.It lightens and fades scars while fighting and preventing acne.Apply before bed let dry[2-3 min tops]and sleep with it on soft glowing skin in the morning.
.use Clinique, it's quite good but expensive so I only use it when I really can't stand the amount of pimples I have. Also, keep your face clean, wash with warm water and a cloth at least twice a day. I find that a scrub helps sometimes too, I use St Ives Apricot Scrub because it's nice and gentle, but I'm sure there's lots out there that are nice. Just make sure you're not allergic to any products before putting it all over your face.
You need to find a skin regiment that works for you. Everyone's skin is different and the same remedies will not work for everyone.
There are plenty at the drug store or you can try brands like Murad (works for me) or Pro-Active. These can be purchased on-line or at beauty supply stores like Sephora and Ulta. Be sure to follow ALL three or four steps of the regimen.
You may need to try a couple of different products before you find the one that works for you.
In the mean time there are a few tricks that will help: ~ ~wear non-comedogenic make-up. This type of make-up is designed not to clog pores. If you can, wear mineral make-up. I use Bare Minerals. If you wear liquid make-up, Neutrogena has a line for skin clearing make-up (http://www.neutrogena.com/product/skinclearing+liquid+makeup.do) ~ ~Never go to bed with your make-up on ~ ~Keep you hands away from your face. Your fingers can spread the oiliness around your face. ~ ~drink lots of water to keep your skin hydrated.