The use of the phrase generally results in utter confusion for the other person, and can be used to get out of sticky(hair) situations.
Usually pronounced with a sort of yo-yo voice tone, accompanied by a Canadian-Persian-Twat accent.
Common suffixes include man, brosky, brosef, buddy, broooo and mate.
Note: On special occasions, different variations of suffixes can be used, eg. budiola, brosefsky, bro-a-saurus etc.
Person 1: So you wanna like go to town orrrr?
Person 2: Yeah man, good for skin brosky.
Person 1: Mate, you shouldn't smoke.
Person 2: Good for skin man.
Person 1: Man this VB taste like piss.
Person 2: No.....bro, good for skin budiola.
Person 1: I hate the music at this club.
Person 2: Good for skin bro-a-saurus.
Person 1: Dude are you drunk already?
Person 2: Li bi tipsy, good for skin buddy.
Note: In most examples, a plausible and common response by Person 1 could be "WHAT EVEN IS THAT!?", followed by unwarranted hysterical laughter from Person 2.