Most products are natural, but some are not. This means you can't trust the brand and the label. You also have to be careful about which products to use. I will list most of the top products and explain why they are good, but be sure to do your own research.
Some of these products will help with some cases of acne, but most of them will have a placebo effect, but in the case of acne, it is more likely that the product works than it is the product itself. Many of the top products on this page work by reducing the amount of p-cordylol-11 (P-cord) that the skin absorbs. But P-cordylol-11 is a highly toxic compound, and even though the products may lower P-cordylol-11 levels, they are still very irritating to the skin. Most of the products that help with acne and also reduce the amount of P-cordylol-11 are available at drug stores, pharmacies, and supermarkets. You may be able to find them at other health food stores, as well. You may also be able to purchase these products at a discount, as the FDA makes it very difficult to price products against one another. There is no scientific evidence that the products will actually help with acne, or even that they will reduce P-cordylol-11 levels, so it is important to be cautious and to be aware of the effects of the products.