Patients with rosacea have compromised skin barrier function and are more prone to dryness, irritation, and skin sensitivity. With an understanding of the pathogenesis and inherent skin problems that rosacea patients experience, it is essential for dermatologists to provide specific recommendations for skin care. Cleansers and moisturizers must be selected to improve skin barrier function and reduce inflammation. Cosmeceuticals with anti-inflammatory actives may be helpful in mitigating the signs and symptoms of rosacea. This article will review topical skin care products that may improve treatment outcomes in rosacea patients.