Yes, if the subtype of rosacea is associated with telangiectasia and redness
There are 4 main subtypes of rosacea:
1. Persistent central facial redness (erythema) and broken blood vessels (telangiectasia)
2. Red bumps that look like "pimples"
3. Ocular rosacea where the lower eyelid margin is inflamed, red, itchy.
4. Skin thickening of the nose (rhinophyma), or chin (mentaphyma)
These subtypes are not mutually exclusive. Also, if you have one subtype it does not imply you will develop another.
So to answer your question, if you have subtype 1 or 4 (above)...