Just to let you know, all of the expensive "toners" have the same main ingredient, and that is witch hazel, available at the drugstore for 99 cents a bottle. They have other stuff in them, but honestly they're all, including Clinique, witch hazel. Witch hazel is toxic to cats, though, and many of them really like the smell, so be careful.
When I don't use witch hazel as a toner daily I break out a little, but when I do I hardly see any problems.
The best, for me, is Oxy10 (which stains some towels, as it has peroxide) followed by witch hazel, followed by a mild, oil-free moisturizer. I've been trying products for a decade now, and that's the first routine that has totally worked.
And I seriously recommend a dermatologist (I have to go because of the absurd risk of skin cancer in my family) but for mild/moderate problems they have a really sweet moisturizer called Clindamyacin, a topical cream (there's a gel too, for severe acne) that did wonders for my that-special-week-of-the-month problem in high school.