It really depends on the type of rosacea. I have Type 1 (redness/spider veins only) and the only effective treatment is to blast it away with laser. Type 2 (bumps and sores) responds better to creams & antibiotics.I had rosacea a few years ago and it's really not fun. Horrible big red lumps under my skin on my cheeks that I just couldn't cover with makeup. Really made me lose confidence in myself especially when going in to work. I don't know why she's going for laser treatment, what fixed it for me was antibiotics over the course of a few months. I now have to keep my skincare regime so simple so as not to make it flare up again. Using a load of products and fake tan with something like this isn't a good idea. I wouldn't wish it on anyone though, although if it's what she has her case is VERY mild, you can't really see it in that picture.
I’ve had IPL on mine which did a good job but wore off, so will get PDL later this year when things calm down. I’ve been cycling though various prescription creams during the pandemic and absolutely nothing has helped with the redness