I live in Colorado and its dry year around. My skin gets very dry and itchy so i have to moisturize. I don't know if its my awesome Suave lotion, but I've always had too much back acne.
I decided to change things up and try some organic solutions. There are all kinds of speculation about sulfates (in soaps/shampoos) and plastic bottles having estrogen effects. Keep in mind there is no standard for organic cleansing products. Organic is basically a definition that applies to food. I found a soap and shampoo that is USDA organic (pretty rare), which in theory means you can actually eat it.
For face acne use a 5% benzoyl wash. I try not to get it too close to my eyes because that skin is too sensitive. I use a 10% (oxy maximum) on my back with an exfoliating cloth and it has cut my acne down like 90%. Obviously these washes are not organic but they have been working great.
I use Jojoba oil as my face lotion. I put it in a glass bottle with an eye dropper and use about 8-10 drops, 1st rubbed together in my hand. It is not greasy at all. You have to rub it in fast because it absorbs into the skin quickly.
For the rest of my body, including my back I use almond oil as my lotion. Its a bit heavier than jojoba but not nearly as greasy as a typical cooking oil. I add some eucalyptus oil which gives it a kind of a refreshing menthol kick. Don't worry the smell is gone in 15 minutes. I find the almond oil to help my dry skin even better than "real" lotion. I put it in a glass bottle with a traditional lotion pump. A spray pump doesn't work well with oils.
Try these out and tell me how it works for you.