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Going from, from what I can tell, nothing to "sonic wand gizmos" is a bit drastic. Especially because if your skin doesn't react well to a product, you'll have no idea what's causing the problem if you've started using a whole bunch of stuff at once.
Personally, the only products I use daily are a cleanser and a moisturiser. I've used Cetaphil gentle cleanser for years, you can get a 473ml bottle from Amazon for a tenner (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cetaphil-Gentle-Skin-Cleanser-473/dp/B009W2G13W), and it lasts me a couple of months of daily use. I use a few drops of pure jojoba oil to moisturise (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Naissance-Pressed-Golden-Jojoba-500ml/dp/B004RGMN1C). It's more effective than any cream/lotion moisturiser I've tried, and cheaper than most.
Every other night I use a few drops of a retinol serum (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ordinary-Retinol-1-Squalane-30ml/dp/B0779YGB2G), mostly because my dermatologist once told me it was basically the only anti-aging ingredient that wasn't 90% bullshit. Used sparingly it helps to even out skin tone and reduce signs of aging.
About every two weeks, or when I notice the pores in my T-zone are visibly clogged, I use a bentonite clay mask (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bentonite-Healing-Cleansing-Detoxifying-Revitalization/dp/B01I1PT0G0). I bought 2 kilos of it a few years ago on offer for around £15, and still have plenty left. Washing the mask off is also a good way to physically exfoliate.
Mostly I use a chemical exfoliant though: a salicylic acid cream which I use around once a week (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Strength-Salicylic-Treatment-Blackheads-Blemishes/dp/B081VQM7W4). £17 and lasts around three months.
This is just what works for me though. I would advise you to start out with a simple, non-fragranced cleanser and moisturiser, and work out what you want to do from there. And try to avoid jumping on fad products that some internet reviewer or magazine says is the magic bullet that will cure all your skin woes. It doesn't exist, and you will waste a lot of money and quite possibly damage your skin in the process.
Most importantly, as >>6280 says, a decent diet and adequate sleep will do more for your skin that anything you put on it.