Thank you for taking time to reach out as I am sure you must be pretty busy with your little ones!
Bioderma does have a range for Rosacea which could be a good relief until you can start undergoing dermatological treatments again.
I would definitely recommend to start with a good cleanser: Sensibio H2O would be the best option for now as Sensibio H2O AR (the anti-redness version) is not available yet on the Australian market.
This will definitely help since our micellar water has soothing ingredients but also anti-inflammatory to make the skin stronger and less reactive overtime.
Switching for a non-rinse and pH balanced cleanser in your case will be beneficial too as tap water can be harsh and bring more redness to the skin.
The main product I would recommend is Senbibio AR (stands for Anti Redness). Our exclusive Rosactiv patent helps to reduce and prevent redness by regulating the biological factor responsible for the vasodilation of blood vessels (this is done by targeting the VEGF, one of the main reason for dilation and weakening of skin capillaries = source of redness).
Sensibio AR also contains Enoxolone, Allantoin and Canola, a combination of intense soothing agents to instantly reduce heating sensations.
In 2016, Bioderma launched a new product called Sensibio AR BB Cream which has the same formula but offers additionally a SPF 30 protection and a medium tint to cover redness.
I would recommend to maybe start with Sensibio AR morning and night and see you go?
Or ideally use Sensibio AR BB Cream on the mornings and Sensibio AR at night. In any case, give it at least a month as you won’t see results overnight.
I would also suggest to use a weekly soothing mask such as Sensibio Mask to calm redness, deeply soothe if your skin is feeling tight and makes it more resilient overtime.
I really hope this will help your skin.