This is a picture of miccele thet emulsifies and cleans oil and dirt in a cleanser from our hair and skin.
Micceles are formed when the amount of surfactant is above its CMC. So when the product is in the package and when applied, the micceles have already been formed.
My question is: micceles in a cleanser are round and that part that is phased outside and in contact with surface is lipophobic. So how does dirt and oil goes inside the micceles?
Do micceles breakdown and reform again or any other method?