I would not use a hyphen there.
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Does Green Tea Hand Cream have to be corrected to "Green-Tea Hand-Cream" or is this okay as it is?
Green Tea Hand Cream with propolis is excellent for moisturizing and takes care of dry skin moist
The hyphens are incorrect there, and your second sentence is unfinished.
Why is it unfinished? Due to lack of "period" or is "takes care of dry skin most" incomplete?
Green Tea Hand Cream with propolis is excellent for moisturizing and takes care of dry skin moist.
Please decide whether you mean 'most' or 'moist'.
In either case it doesn't make sense.
Moisturising the skin and keeping( not take care of) the skin moist are the same thing.
Not a teacher
I meant "moist", then how do I have to correct it? Doesn't "takes care of dry skin moist" make sense?
I think this correction makes sense, if not, let me know.
Green Tea Hand Cream with propolis is excellent for moisturizing and keeps dry skin moist.
Last edited by keannu; 14-Feb-2015 at 15:54.
If it's kept moist, it isn't dry.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.