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    Since the cause of your breakouts seems to be stress, I would keep the routines as natural as possible. Drink lots and lots of water. People always think this is so basic and unnecessary but it does help a lot. Use a gentle cleanser. I used Vichy Normaderm. Then take 1/3 ACV and 2/3 water as a toner to use morning and night. Don't use any St. Ives scrubs or anything with a sandy texture. If you feel you NEED to exfoliate use sugar and Sweet Almond or Hazelnut oil. They are amazing astringents and will not break you out I promise. If you need an intense moisturiser, I would use Vaseline at night. This also helps with the healing of breakouts and scars. During the day use a moisturiser of your choice and 3-4 drops of 100% PURE Tea Tree Oil. Use coconut oil as a makeup remover. Put on fingers and rub skin gently then wipe off with a paper towel. Also, if you have a chance grab the Aztec Indian Healing Clay off amazon and mix it with ACV. Use it 2-3 times a week at night because it will leave you looking red but that's NORMAL. All other days, try fresh mint leaves with honey. That's my go-to mask to maintain clean skin. Like you, I've tried the aloe and lemon and honey and all that but it's weird how amazing the mint is. If these things also don't work just continue finding natural remedies or as close to natural as possible because sometimes chemicals can make you more red but sometimes they actually work. If in the case nothing works, try the Benzoyl Peroxide from the acne.org regimen and the moisturiser. I've been using it for a week and redness in my face has drastically gone down. You don't NEED the moisturiser. You can use any one. I just know this one is not harsh and actually does an amazing job keeping my skin hydrated after using the BP. 

    Good luck. Sorry for the long read but I hope this helps somewhat! 

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