Don't use that on your face. I wouldn't suggest using any body lotion on your face.
Don't use mineral oil on your face. It has no benefit and can aggravate acne. Use a humecdant based moisturiser (glycerin, hyaluronic acid, propylene glycol etc)
This kind of moisturiser base will help dryness on the temporary level by smoothing over the dry skin but it cannot be absorbed in the same way that humecdants or natural oils can. If you use a good moisturiser without mineral oil, it will not only fix dryness but prevent your skin from drying out so much. Also you can benefit from active ingredients this way.
The shea butter probably isn't good if you break out easily and also to me it looks from the ingredients that the moisturiser will be more on the alkaline side which isn't good for acne prone skin.
Acid toners are absolutely fine twice a day. We're not talking chemical peels and chemical and physical exfoliation are very different things.
Although, I only suggested using glycolic acid all over once a day. I said salicylic acid just on the area as a treatment, not to exfoliate the skin.
You can use acid exfoliants twice a day as a toner or cream but obviously you would scrub your skin twice a day :)
I use glycolic acid twice a day and also use lactic acid with it if I need it.
I can't see them well enough in the picture to tell what they.
Most people have clogged pores in this area which can be seen better when the skin is stretched so you might just have larger clogged pores.
Milia are less common on the chin but obviously can occur.
Wether it's milia or clogged pores, chemical exfoliation will help a lot.
I'd suggest using glycolic acid every day and salicylic acid at night just on the area.
If it still doesn't go away then go to a deem and they will remove it with a needle (if it's milia).
I get rid of my milia with acid exfoliation :)
Hazelnut oil is really good for stopping oiliness and clearing/preventing clogged pores! Saved my nose! and it cost me £4 from the supermarket.
I would say nars sheer glow would probably work well for you (it's actually demi matte not glowy) or chanel vitalumiere aqua (its water based). if you wanted a cheap alternative to the sheer glow, revlon colour stay is quite good.
I would personally just use a tiny bit of foundation where you need it and then a mineral powder over the top (then you can get away with a matte one).. just make sure it doesn't contain bismuth oxychloride
cetaphil is awful because it contains ceteareth-20+cetearyl alcohol which together are very clogging.
Here are some with good non-clogging ingredients:
http://www.boots.com/en/VICHY-AQUALIA-THERMAL-Light-Pot-50ml_866746/ (this one is the best but not cheap)
http://www.boots.com/en/LOreal-Paris-Triple-Active-Day-Multi-Protection-Moisturiser-Dry-and-Sensitive-Skin-50ml_1222354/ (the dry skin one is amazing and non comedogenic but the ones for oily skin are comedogenic)
A few years ago I started off the regimen way too fast (also with 10% b.p) and it was a BAD idea lol.
I ended up pretty much burning my face off and it was so flaky and too sore to even shower without being in bad pain! I honestly looked like I no longer had acne but I had some sort of skin shedding condition! I would definitely advise starting slowly after my experience :')
I can't see the ingredients for that anywhere online so I can't see if it has any comedogenic ingredients in it or not :(
I hate nothing more than companies who don't give a full ingredients list on their websites..... GRRRR