We've all had it at some point or another, some more often than others. But what does one do when those stubborn white flakes won't go away? Choose a natural, non-toxic brand of shampoo such as Neways, says one reader while another washes his hair with a product that contains Quillaye bark to rid himself of dandruff. Tea tree oil shampoo is also recommended. If you're feeling up to a bit of DIY, why not make your own shampoo. The Internet is apparently chock-a-block with soap recipes. Aside from shampoos, pure aloe vera may do the trick: cover your scalp with the good stuff and let it stand for at least 15 minutes before washing out. Repeat once a month, for three months. Another remedy is virgin coconut oil, rubbed into the scalp and hair, left overnight and washed off in the morning. One reader uses organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar (2 teaspoons mixed with a pint of warm water) to rinse her hair out and keep the dandruff at bay. You can also deal with the dandruff from the inside by supplementing your diet with zinc and vitamin B complex.