Creams don't help broken capillaries
Topical and oral medications for rosacea primarily work on the inflammatory component, that is papules and pustules.
Once the broken capillaries form, topical medications usually do not help. With avoidance of rosacea triggers, such as hot showers, spicy foods, hot drinks, alcohol, sun exposure, saunas, and the use of topical medications, one can slow down or even stop the progression of rosacea, but the broken capillaries that are there will remain.
Laser treatment, such as...