The active ingredient is 2.5% benzoyl peroxide.
The repairing lotion has some fatty substances that could cause breakouts.
The cleanser has 2.5% benzoyl peroxide also, but how much it does depends on how long it is left on the skin before rinsing. Usually actives in cleansers are redundant with the "star" product.
The toner active is glycolic acid, but the concentration and pH are not specified. Most likely low concentration, high pH, not particularly effective.
These are drugstore concentrations and actives, I doubt they will help hormonal acne at all. But superficial cases might get some benefit, at a cost considerably higher than drugstore but not necessarily more effective.
More effective = more irritating in general, more peeling, more redness. Alcohol based actives are usually most effective because they deliver more of the active to the skin. Putting fat in the formulation usually means less active and more chance for cosmetic breakouts.
Just because a company spends a fortune on an ad campaign does not mean they have anything special to offer.
If I had kids with zits I'd put them on tretinoin (alcohol based gel) or a low dose of accutane. Both require rx.