Yes. Try to make it as dry as possible. If you've only got damp or wet substrate to hand, you either need to find a way to dry it (baking in the oven works, but I've personally found it to be a bit of an arduous process to get it really dry for a full enclosure) or pick up some dry stuff from somewhere. I think the Eco Earth coco fibre loose stuff could work in a pinch (I think that may be what I used for my B smithi and she seems to be perfectly comfortable) but if anyone can jump in with any more advice that'd be useful.So really really dry sub and water dish ?
I would second this, an arid species will not enjoy a super soggy ICU like the one pictures. At least swap the paper towels for dry and continue to administer water droplets, or put her back into her enclosure with dry substrate and a water dish.Dont add any more water/moisture to the enclosure.
I would leave her be now as it seems she is trying to moult.
The abdomen looks less shrivelled in this photo. Just leave her in a dark place with plenty ventelation from that dreaded ICU.