Are the steroids up to scratch?

A girl presents with widespread eczema and parents who have lost faith in topical corticosteroids

Maggie, an eight-year-old with impetiginised eczema, is brought in by her parents.

She has inflamed, excoriated, lichenified patches, with evidence of ooze and yellow crusting to both elbow and knee creases, as well as lichenified, scaly fissured areas with excoriations around both ankles and the abdomen.