Black cumin seed oil. I use organic only. You can apply it directly to a blemish and, while it doesn't vanish overnight, it does vanish very quickly and it seems to minimize redness as well. This also works for clogged pores. If you have to wear a bunch of makeup for a film shoot, a play or a photo shoot, an event, or whatever and your skin feel just awful and congested afterwards, this is your go-to. My favorite go-to for black cumin seed oil is Madre Nature because it is in a tinted glass bottle (the tint protects the oil from degradation caused by light exposure and the glass is so much better for the oil and the earth than plastic) . It is also USDA organic AND very reasonably priced. Check them out at madrenature.com.
If you need a carrier oil for oily skin, jojoba oil is perfect. It isn't heavy and it's very soothing.
Moringa, Petitgrain and Açaí oils are heavenly. Petitgrain has a very distinctive smell - kind of woodsy - which people either love or hate. I love it, but definitely smell before you buy just in case. I mix coconut oil, rosehip oil and açaí for a super moisturizing and yummy smelling soother for face or body (coconut oil is heavy for the face so if you tend toward oily or combo skin, use jojoba or grapeseed as a carrier oil instead). I mix Moringa and coconut oil as a heavy duty moisturizer for really dry skin. Petitgrain is great for moisture and as a wound salve for little cuts and scrapes. You can mix it with a carrier like apricot oil to strengthen your skin as well.
You can also make a body scrub with 3 parts oil and 1 part salt. Rub it on dry skin pre-bath or shower and then rinse off. Silky skin awaits.
Baobab and Rosehip! The tiniest amount goes a long way. Just tap a teeny tiny bit where you need it.