03 8601 1186
Tiens Bio Tech Australia Pty. Ltd.
Level 14, 330 Collins Street
Every day, in over 190 countries around the world, more than 30 million households are enjoying and benefiting from the natural and healthy products produced by the renowned Chinese company, TIENS.
Its range of health and nutritional products are inspired by the 5,000 year old Chinese health-preserving culture. Tiens started producing health supplements nearly 20 years ago, drawing from the latest achievements in biotechnology while being inspired by traditional Chinese medicine. In July 2017 Tiens launched into the Australian and New Zealand markets. All TIENS supplements are produced from natural plant-and animal-derived raw materials and minerals found in nature. While Tiens range of Aprotie skin-care products from Japan are all organically certified.
Thousands of TIENS global Distributors and staff make it their daily mission to promote a positive, natural and healthy lifestyle. Their message is one of health, enterprising spirit, success, compassion and hope.
TIENS distributors and staff are passionate in their mission and work towards the same corporate objective; restoring and promoting world health, putting something back into society, while developing and growing a world-class business.
Tiens cares about its corporate and social responsibilities and has donated more than $300 Million USD to charity and public welfare projects globally since 1997.
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