You could add an exfoliator into your routine that you do once or twice a week, don't want to do it too often or else it'll dry your skin out. If your skin is oily and sensitive, you could find a moisturiser for sensitive skin but use hyaluronic acid before, can be found from The Ordinary. Niacinamide is good for acne, I use it, but it can sting sometimes either due to acne or just the skin is sensitive, I only use it on concentrated places where my acne is bad and stop using it when my skin clears up. What I use are cerave SA renewing cleanser, cerave SA smoothing cream, and a niacinamide serum that I use occasionally. I also use some sort of AHA + BHA exfoliator, you can find on The Ordinary. I use the cerave products daily but the other two, rarely, when my skin is really bad. So I think you could keep using what you use and maybe buy them in store, but if it really affects your skin's sensitivity, switch out or replace with something hydrating. To be honest, I focus on the ingredients rather than the brand, but I trust cerave, inkeylist, and the ordinary for affordable and good products.
I don't use SPF even though I should but I heard supergoop is really good although its pricey.