Possible intolerance to certain components in the product. If you encounter such a problem, as described in the question, and continue to use the same wash (if you think that the problem is in it), stop using it for a week or two. If the condition of the skin returns to normal, then it is obvious that it was in the wash and should not be used in the future.
To be honest, I don't know what a bow is. Depends, in any case, on the composition of the product - if your product is very oily, then it can be comedogenic - clog pores, contributing to the growth of bacteria and the formation of acne. Sometimes creams for dry skin have such properties.
If a product is declared as a cosmetic for problem skin, then by definition it should not be comedogenic. Acne is formed due to poor exfoliation, altered skin PH, hormonal imbalance. I would say that a remedy for oily skin with alcohol can provoke acne to a certain extent, but hardly for problem skin. Is it hormonal?