Thank you for the pictures and the additional information.
I agree: That does not look like roseacea to me either.....
From what you have posted, the most likely cause is systemic allergic reaction with some areas of contact dermatitis.
If it is the pollen in the area then your best bet is to either move or see an allergist for a complete workup and desensitization treatment.
While the steroids can help they, as you know, can have significant side effects with extended use.....
Given your history of roseacea, eczema, uticaria etc it seems that you have a very aggressive allergic type immune system. As you know this sort of thing is difficult to control....My daughters are like this and end up suffering every spring.
Another thought would be to move to an area where the winters are long or it is very dry, such as Death Valley in Southern California.
Does this make sense to you?
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I wish you the very best and hope you feel better soon.