Is it correct to use "if you look for" instead of "if you're looking for" when promoting a product?
"If you look for creamy peanut butter spread, you may message me."
I used "look for" because the progressive tense, "You are looking for" refers to action that is currently happening.
Also, should there be an "a" in creamy peanut butter? I believe there shouldn't be an "a" because spread is an uncountable noun.