Cargo launches new product that plumps cheeks!

A cheek plumper? Do women really want that? I can appreciate it sculpting my cheeks, and giving it a rosy glow – but I’m not sure I want my face to look plumper! (I have no problem in the plump-cheeks department!) What do you think about a cheek-plumper? Does that sound appealing to you?

Behold the future of blush! CheekActivator™’s revolutionary formula visibly plumps, lifts and sculpts cheeks while providing a rosy glow. The clinically proven formula contains CARGO’s exclusive, state-of-the-art DermDefine Complex to visibly plump up, lift and tighten the skin from within. At the same time, a unique color-release technology allows you to customize the blush’s intensity. The more you rub, the more intense the color becomes.

Features:

  • The exclusive DermDefine Complex works to visibly tighten and lift the skin from within, resulting in cheeks that are plumped up, dewy and youthful
  • Unique color-activation mechanism allows you to adjust color intensity
  • Universally flattering
  • Oil-free formula

Shades:

  • Rose Flush – Nude dusty rose
  • Coral Flush – Hot matte coral

Ingredients:

  • Plumping: Deep Tissue Hydration technology traps water molecules creating a visibly plumping effect
  • Lifting: Botanical extracts protect against collagen degradation and stimulate Glyco Amino Glycans, which are integral to firmer, denser skin
  • Sculpting: Peptides stimulate intra-cellular communication, visibly reducing wrinkle depth for smoother looking skin
  • An anti-oxidant blend of Tea Extract and Vitamins A, C and E helps boost collagen production to fight the signs of aging

Price: $32 US/CDN

Availability: CheekActivator™ will be available April 2010 at Murale, Sears Toronto Eaton Centre, select Independent Beauty Boutiques and will also be available at Boots and Sephora Europe.


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April 7th, 2010 at 6:01 pm

Sounds kinda strange, I’d love to see some before/after pics to see if there’s a difference!