Sorry you've had to deal with rosacea. The Finacea has worked well, it seems. Perhaps it's losing its efficacy, don't know.
You've also tried Metrogel and Metrocream. Those are the same meds in different form.
As you know, rosacea tends to be chronic and recurrent. It is often difficult to treat.
Sadly, there is nothing that is uniformly effective...
except for being on low-dose antibiotics when you believe a flare-up is coming. Some people need to stay on these for much of their lives. Your ought to consider having antibiotics on hand for when you see or sense a flare-up. They are the quickest and best way to try to avoid a bad flare-up.
There is a panoply of antibiotics that work. They really work nicely in the correct dosages. That's a discussion for you to perhaps have with your dermatologist.
You might want to try using Metrocream one day and Finacea. They are different products and perhaps one would complement the other. Worth a try.
There are exacerbating factors, affecting different people different ways.
In general, rosacea patients should avoid physically cold (e.g., iced tea), as well as physically hot (e.g. coffee, tea).
In general, patients may notice foods or spices, ketchup, etc., that tends to cause redness and general worsening.
In general, you should avoid the use of any and all moisturizers, oily stuff, and creams on the affected areas. Wash with either plain tepid water or a gentle soap and water. Don't use hot or cold water. Rosacea skin is sensitive to temperature changes.
Good luck. I know you'll do well.