Oh ok then : ) Before I give you a few recs. I just want to say that I definitely agree that excersing and eating healthy do help promote a nice healthy glow but there are still people who have some skin issues regardless of the diet....Also, I am a big advocate of drinking water, wearing suncreen and not smoking to help keep skin looking good.
Ok, now I am not sure how old you are and what type of budget you want to stay within but some drugstore product lines I would recommend esp. for sensitive skinare Oil of Olay, La Roche Posay(not cheap but very good), Neutrogena......
For a little more expensive but products that work well, I would suggest Clinique....There is a 3 step program that is geared to specific skin types. Either check out hteir website or visit a dept. store to get some samples. I am thinking you need a toner/clarifying lotion to help control the oily skin.
Another company is: DHC.....You can get their monthly catalog with samples in them to try.
Not sure if you have areas of concern...ex: fine lines, dark spots, skin damage but Clinique & DHC products are very good...
Now for highend....La Mer....Very expensive but people swear by the products esp. the moisturizer.
I can only use products for sensitive skin and products that are hypo-allergenic because I have such severe sensitivities.....which is a bummer because I could never just use any samples that comes from Sephora or any other store for that matter....and I am a makeup artist to boot!
I hope this helps!