aztec healing clay mask. what you need to do: mix equal parts clay powder and apple cider vinegar. I use less than a teaspoon of each because that's really all you need unless you're lady cassandra. apply it with your hands for easy clean-up, wait till it dries and you can't move your face (this is a fun stage) and then wash it off. protip: if you have a good shower, it's easiest to just wash it off in the shower. if, however, your shower is sucky and the drain backs up because you live in a hole without proper venting, you're going to want to wash in the sink (carefully) first, to avoid a lovely greyish ring in the basin.
what you need to know: as these things go, I find this worth the purchase. be aware that your skin will probably be red immediately afterward, but that goes away. just don't use it every day - I use it once a week or less, but that's also because I'm lazy. also, this tub will last you forever.
nelson's pure & clear treatment gel. what you need to do: wait for it...apply it. to clean skin, obviously.
what you need to know: also probably worth the purchase. not a miracle worker, but comparable to a benzoyle peroxide + hydrocortisone regimen, and natural. be advised: it is supposed to be "gentle" but can definitely sting. I blame the tea tree oil, which is listed as an inactive ingredient, but is very active.
vicco turmeric cream. what you need to do: put this on yo face while enjoying the sandalwood aroma. maybe not everybody would like the way this stuff smells but I personally love it. again, not a miracle worker, but I use it when I don't need a heavy moisturizer, or better yet, I mix it with my moisturizer. so technically, if you were to use all of the items in this post, they would go in order... clay mask, shower (+ cleanser), treatment gel, turmeric (+ moisturizer).
in summary: I wish I could say that any one of these is the magical miracle product that the internet claims they are, but in the end, I still found them worth the purchase, and I like something about each of them. what natural products are you a fan of? share in the comments!