To get rid of chronic urticaria, you may try some anti-inflammatory solutions or anti-bacterial gel. You can apply:
Acne products: There are plenty of them, and they might work for you. They’re tested, and they worked for many, although they won’t solve the problem permanently.
Aloe vera gel: Aloe vera is such a magical plant. It’s what that high-priced, nicely labeled cream contains. Apply aloe vera gel on your skin and enjoy the feeling of its instant soothing effect.
Castor oil: This one is very effective as an anti-bacterial solution because castor seeds contain toxic chemicals, and it’s very fatal if castor leaves are eaten. The oil, however, isn’t dangerous. However, precaution is required. Don’t swallow it, and keep it away from the reach of children.
Quercetin: Quercetin is a polyphenol compound in the flavonoid family of antioxidants. In simpler words, it’s a natural antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and immunity enhancer.
Quercetin’s antihistamine properties are now well-established. It has been found to stabilize mast cells in a way that helps lower stress-induced anxiety and allergic reactions.
Drink a lot of water and stay away from alcohol. That is not some cheesy advice; I strongly suspect that alcohol is the indirect reason behind autoimmune urticaria because hives are not common in non-drinking societies.