Freddy: I'm going to make my own cream/lotion next time I make an order
Shutey: I don't know if there is any one cure for this. I have heard skin experts talk of different type of acne and the cause of them. Some girls go on the pill to stabilize their hormones but 14 is way to early for any thing like that. Some treatments are better for those who get the inflammation deeper in the skin and those who get it closer to the skin surface may benefit more from others. In most cases it looks like we all have to try the different treatments that are available and hope that we hit the right treatment sooner than later.
I don't know if a dermatologist or a salon will recommend the strong peels or retinoic acid for some one as young 14. Australia has lots of sun and the active ingredients like retinoic acid (a form of vitamin A) and the most commonly used like benzoyl peroxide and acid peels make sun protection an absolutely a must every day. Personally I am rather reluctant to advice any one to use benzo peroxide long term, something teenagers often are forced to. The peroxide produces free radicals that all most all other skin care products promise to protect us against. With benzo peroxide there is a risk of skin atrophy or thinning of the skin something that again is associated with factors like old age and sun damage. Skin will age badly if used for years, some even use these not just in their teens, but all so through the 20's and into the 30's. Teenagers have the most resilient and strong skin, but in my opinion this is not something that a 14 year old should be exposed to if there is any other way.
I remember when I first heard of the skin peels in the 1990's many skin experts did not recommend regular use of them until the age of 25 but there were never any strict guidelines and others used them freely. In those days glycolic acid was the most hyped, but later lactic and others came along that are milder. Salicylic acid in skin care have been around for a very long time. Many experts believe that the acne causes too many difficulties for the individual and justifies the use of treatments with some really bothersome side effects when nothing else works. And I agree with this too a certain point, but I have stayed away from the harshest treatments.
There are some scientific evidence that a diet supplement of oils high in omega 3 fatty acids that are found in flax seed, fish oils and hemp oil are good for the skin. These oils taken with a supplement of antioxidants that are found in fruits and vegetables greatly reduces acne. In your country there are probably lost of them available in the health stores, both oil blends and mixtures of different natural anti-oxidants. Some people find that sugar and/or foods high in iodine aggravates their acne. Salt water fish and dairy products are high in iodine (the cows are given it in their feed and it shows up in the milk).
I would once again recommend the acne products from skinactives.com. They are very mild and have a serum that really helps keeping the pores unclogged. They are based on a salicylic/lactic peel, a light face cream and a serum with several antioxidants that helps the pores staying unclogged. At least it is worth a look at the ingredients and then you can see of there are any similar available in your country. Stick with any of the products you try for 2-3 three weeks, then the effects should be noticeable. I hope at least some of this might be new or helpful to you
Good luck, I know that there is help for your daughter !