"Alergias en la piel ronchas" is a Spanish phrase that translates to "hive skin allergies" in English. Part by part, "alergias" translates to "allergies," "en la piel" means "on the skin," and "ronchas" translates to "hives" or "welts."
Hives are a common allergic reaction with triggers that include food, medicine or other irritants. They appear as red bumps on the skin that usually itch and can burn or sting. Hives can often be self-treated by preventing contact with the irritant and taking non-prescription antihistamines. A person experiencing hives should consult a doctor if the symptoms last for more than a couple of days.