We use "Made from + material" (when the material changes its nature, i.e., the original substance can't be seen or left:
The lotion is made from aloe Vera.
But I have read : "In short, "made with X" means that X is one of the ingredients or materials that went into the object." https://tinyurl.com/yddlxx2f
It means we can use : "Made with + ingredients" :
The lotion is made with aloe Vera.
Are 'from' and 'with' interchangeable in the given sentence?