Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
Does this sentence make sense:
"This product is good for the GOOD MAINTENANCE of skin, bones and cartilage."
Note: By 'good maintenance', I mean to nourish, or keep skin, bones and cartilage as well as possible."
- leabeeLv 41 month ago
I would say something like "this product helps with the maintenance of skin, bones and cartilage". Good is redundant in this situation, and whenever talking about a product label, you generally have to avoid saying something is definitively 'good for' something. You can say it helps, it aids, etc. Like saying "healthy-looking hair" on shampoo bottles - they can't say "healthy hair", that's a health claim and they're not allowed to make a statement like that.