GetmetheResults, I use jojoba and tea tree oil mixed, about 2/3 jojoba to 1/3 tea tree. I just feel like I need the antibacterial/antifungal effectiveness of the tea tree oil in there. I think it's partially a paranoia though.
I've been using the oil cleansing method (OCM) since about January with jojoba and tea tree. I have not had a break out from these oils, just my normal hormonal breakouts.
I switched to Cetaphil for a few days last week and did not like the way it felt at all, so I went back to oil cleansing. I am using Dan's BP during the day and the AHA at night, so I don't know what it would be like with just OCM and nothing else.
I am sorry I don't actually have a link like I just noticed you asked for. The issue with picking an oil is that I think it really has to be a process of trial and error. I knew one person who swore that coconut oil cleared him up. It made me break out (it was organic, cold pressed).
Jojoba is actually listed on many sites as mildly comedogenic, yet it does not break me out. I haven't had time to invest in trying to figure all of that out though I've read plenty of others' theories. Like a lot of things, I think it comes down to: wow, human bodies are complicated!
You can use any number of websites to check comedogenicity. Just Google "comedogenic check"
I don't know if that helps. Acne is so sucky. I am sorry we're all even here dealing with it in the first place! Hang in there!
Thanks for the info! I've tried Jojoba oil when my skin got really dry last winter from overwashing my face to make things "better"... It was an emergency situation, so I didn't use it for too long and I'm glad it didn't break me out (at first.....2 months later I got the worst acne in my life and now I am trying to fix it). I've promised my dermatologist to not put anything else but my prescription meds on my face, so I'll try the OCM once I'm done with Accutane. My skin would definitely need the extra moisture by then.