Oils are not created equal. I've had bad results with some, better with others, and incredible with one. Grapeseed seems to get used the most often, as it's touted as being a thin oil that absorbs well
And i agreed with this until i used Rose Hip Seed Oil
When they call this oil a 'dry' oil...they are absolutely not kidding. It absorbs like no other oil i've used. And we aren't talking subtly better. Night and day better. i've been getting back into applying it to my face, and i cannot believe how thin and fast absorbing it is. The only downside is the cost. $12 for 1 oz. But it's worth the price
I don't recommend EVOO or grapeseed as a primary acne treatment. But i absolutely would recommend this oil because of how different it is. I truly am a believer that this oil alone can help your situation, regardless of severity. It may take more of an internal approach depending on...you. But this stuff is highly anti-inflammatory, high linoleic acid content, vitamin A, C, and E rich, and leaves a matte finish. It's also touted for it's ability to gradually break down scar tissue.
I don't wash my face with anything. I simply rub this into my skin. And if you pick up any sebum plugs on the way, just wipe them off on a washcloth or paper towel. This isn't oil cleansing (as we've come to know it), it's simply application of oil.
It can be very scary to think about applying oil to your already oily/acne ridden skin. I know, i've been there