Acne is a sign of excess androgen production, excess sebum, and inflammation, and can be a symptom of PCOS.
Bulging eyes are a sign of excess thyroid hormone found in Graves’ disease.
Facial drooping, if one-sided, is often a sign of a stroke or nerve damage. It may be associated with drooling and an inability to blink or make tears. Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of facial drooping or inability to move part of the face, and it is usually due to a virus.