The geometry of the image domain plays an important role in the characterization of analytic functions. Therefore, for a comprehensive and detailed study of these functions, a thorough analysis of the geometrical properties of their domains is of prime interest. In this regard, new geometrical structures are introduced and studied as an image domain and then their subsequent analytic functions are defined. Inspired and motivated by ongoing research, Malik et al. introduced a very innovative domain named the cardioid domain, which is symmetric about a real axis. Extending the same work on this symmetric cardioid domain, in this article, we provide a deeper analysis and define and study the convex functions associated with the symmetric cardioid domain, named cardio-convex functions.